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RedHat: secureweb mod_ssl buffer overflow

Author: JT Smith Posted on LinuxSecurity.com: "When session caching is enabled, mod_ssl will serialize SSL session variables to store them for later use. Unpatched versions of mod_ssl prior to version 2.8.7 using the 'shm' or 'dbm' session caches would do so using a buffer with a fixed size,...
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Command execution in PHProjekt

Author: JT Smith Posted at Net-security.org: "PHProjekt is a modular application for the coordination of group activities and to share informations and document via intranet and internet ... Of course - open source - PHProjekt is free software. Actual version: 3.1a (02.02.2002). This script is a...
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FAQ on Red Hat/ArsDigita deal

Author: JT Smith It's at Red Hat and answers questions like, "* How does the Red Hat/ArsDigita deal complement Red Hat's business?"
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Xdrive announces Unix and Linux support

Author: JT Smith Xdrive Technologies, Inc., (http://www.xdrive.com) a leading provider of Internet Information and Content Management solutions and services, today announced its online storage and file sharing service support for Unix and Linux platforms. Xdrive's service enables Unix and Linux...
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The end of Blender?

Author: JT Smith "lowell writes 'The shareholders and directors of NaN Holding BV, owners of Blender, have decided to terminate all activities of NaN Technologies BV and apply for its bankruptcy at the Amsterdam court. It means that effective today, all technology development and website activities...
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DotGNU project looks for ideas, developers during 36-hour IRC meet-a-thon

Author: JT Smith - By Grant Gross - DotGNU, a Free Software Web services project that's a response to Microsoft's .NET, is hosting a 36-hour marathon IRC meet-a-thon this weekend aimed at interested developers and experienced contributors to hash over some issues. DotGNU could be known as the Free...
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SuSE announces 64-bit version of the SuSE Linux Enterprise server 7 for IBM eServer zSeries

Author: JT Smith A press release at Linux PR reports that SuSE Linux inc. has "announced that the latest version of its advanced enterprise operating system, the 64-bit SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 7 for IBM eServer zSeries, will be available by the beginning of May."
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ESR's wife, Cathy, becomes de facto KDE User Advocate

Author: JT Smith Anonymous Reader writes "http://www.linuxandmain.com/news/raymond.html What began as comments made by Linux luminary Eric S. Raymond about KOffice's KPresenter program has blossomed into a lengthy exchange that addresses fundamental issues that participants...
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Wind River releases BSD 4.3, announces future release roadmap

Author: JT Smith BSD Today reports that Wind River has released BSD/OS 4.3 and details Wind River's roadmap for future releases: "Future releases of the operating system will target server appliances, security and traffic management appliances, network attached storage (NAS) devices, and telecom...
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AOL 7.0 tests Netscape browser

Author: JT Smith Anonymous Reader writes, "News.com reports AOL has relesed a beta version of its 7.0 client using Netscape's Gecko." (A story first reported at NewsForge.)
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