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Security Updates for Tuesday

CentOS has updated C5: mysql (multiple vulnerabilities), C5: sudo (unintended privilege escalation), and C4: systemtap (denial of service).

Fedora has updated puppet (F12, F11: insecure tempfile creation), thunderbird (F12, F11: multiple vulnerabilities), sunbird (F12, F11: multiple vulnerabilities), and F11: openldap (man in the middle attack).

Mandriva has updated sudo (unintended privilege escalation).

Red Hat has updated systemtap (RHEL5, RHEL4: multiple vulnerabilities) and RHEL5: kvm (multiple vulnerabilities).

Slackware has updated seamonkey (multiple vulnerabilities), openssl (multiple vulnerabilities), and gzip (arbitrary code execution).

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