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GLSA 201006-14 (Normal): newtview story

http://security.gentoo.org – Newt: User-assisted execution of arbitrary code (Security)

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GLSA 201006-13 (Normal): smartyview story

http://security.gentoo.org – Smarty: Multiple vulnerabilities (Security)

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GLSA 201006-06 (Normal): transmissionview story

http://security.gentoo.org – Transmission: Multiple vulnerabilities (Security)

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GLSA 201006-12 (Normal): fetchmailview story

http://security.gentoo.org – Fetchmail: Multiple vulnerabilities (Security)

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GLSA 201006-11 (Normal): bindview story

http://security.gentoo.org – BIND: Multiple vulnerabilities (Security)

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GLSA 201006-09 (High): sudoview story

http://security.gentoo.org – sudo: Privilege escalation (Security)

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GLSA 201006-08 (Normal): nanoview story

http://security.gentoo.org – nano: Multiple vulnerabilities (Security)

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GLSA 201006-07 (Normal): silc-toolkit (and 1view story

http://security.gentoo.org – SILC: Multiple vulnerabilities (Security)

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GLSA 201006-05 (Normal): wiresharkview story

http://security.gentoo.org – Wireshark: Multiple vulnerabilities (Security)

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GLSA 201006-04 (Normal): xine-libview story

http://security.gentoo.org – xine-lib: User-assisted execution of arbitrary code (Security)

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SuSE: Weekly Summary 2010:010view story

http://www.linuxsecurity.com – LinuxSecurity.com: To avoid flooding mailing lists with SUSE Security Announcements for minor issues, SUSE Security releases weekly summary reports for the low profile vulnerability fixes. The SUSE Security Summary Reports do not list or download URLs like the SUSE Security Announcements that are released for more severe vulnerabilities. (Security)

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Pardus: 2010-58: Nano: Multiple Vulnerabilitiesview story

http://www.linuxsecurity.com – LinuxSecurity.com: Multiple vulnerabilities have been fixed in nano. (Security)