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Fedora Core 4 Update: spamassassin-3.0.6-1.fc4 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Resolves CVE-2006-2447. Note that you are affected by this bug only if you launched spamd with both --vpopmail and --paranoid, which is not a common configuration.
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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2006-658
2006-06-06
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Product     : Fedora Core 4
Name        : spamassassin
Version     : 3.0.6                      
Release     : 1.fc4                  
Summary     : Spam filter for email which can be invoked from mail delivery agents.
Description :
SpamAssassin provides you with a way to reduce if not completely eliminate
Unsolicited Commercial Email (SPAM) from your incoming email.  It can
be invoked by a MDA such as sendmail or postfix, or can be called from
a procmail script, .forward file, etc.  It uses a genetic-algorithm
evolved scoring system to identify messages which look spammy, then
adds headers to the message so they can be filtered by the user's mail
reading software.  This distribution includes the spamd/spamc components
which create a server that considerably speeds processing of mail.

To enable spamassassin, if you are receiving mail locally, simply add
this line to your ~/.procmailrc:
INCLUDERC=/etc/mail/spamassassin/spamassassin-default.rc

To filter spam for all users, add that line to /etc/procmailrc
(creating if necessary).

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Update Information:

Resolves CVE-2006-2447.

Note that you are affected by this bug only if you launched
spamd with both --vpopmail and --paranoid, which is not a
common configuration.

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* Fri Jun  2 2006 Warren Togami  - 3.0.6-1
- CVE-2006-2447

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This update can be downloaded from:
  http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/updates/4/

69b021b7d5339d5da81990820e5fd48a53397075  SRPMS/spamassassin-3.0.6-1.fc4.src.rpm
69b021b7d5339d5da81990820e5fd48a53397075  noarch/spamassassin-3.0.6-1.fc4.src.rpm
f1b68fe2054ab51bd90fa51c7e6f7d1453c7092a  ppc/spamassassin-3.0.6-1.fc4.ppc.rpm
97b8a5468b3add97867a41e7ef48f6258f203fbf  ppc/debug/spamassassin-debuginfo-3.0.6-1.fc4.ppc.rpm
4d948b1d9d83184f72d9bdcc97299d36ae081d1d  x86_64/spamassassin-3.0.6-1.fc4.x86_64.rpm
3728fa74388719067b1b67a791e805f3f032984c  x86_64/debug/spamassassin-debuginfo-3.0.6-1.fc4.x86_64.rpm
6ddece294ea90a1a9bf4eead404cfda6ce5a1398  i386/spamassassin-3.0.6-1.fc4.i386.rpm
8e67f4c54ec6dae5acabe60499fa2bfce151243e  i386/debug/spamassassin-debuginfo-3.0.6-1.fc4.i386.rpm

This update can be installed with the 'yum' update program.  Use 'yum update
package-name' at the command line.  For more information, refer to 'Managing
Software with yum,' available at http://fedora.redhat.com/docs/yum/.
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