Updated: March 09, 2004
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SGI Security Advisory
Title : SGI Advanced Linux Environment security update #13
Number : 20040301-01-U
Date : March 3, 2004
Reference : Redhat Advisory RHSA-2004:090-06, CAN-2004-0110
Reference : Redhat Advisory RHSA-2004:058-08, CAN-2003-0973
Fixed in : Patch 10056 for SGI ProPack v2.4 and SGI ProPack v2.3
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- --- Update ---
SGI has released Patch 10056: SGI Advanced Linux Environment security
update #13, which includes updated RPMs for SGI ProPack v2.4 and SGI
ProPack v2.3 for the SGI Altix family of systems, in response to the
following security issues:
Updated mod_python packages fix denial of service vulnerability
Updated libxml2 packages fix security vulnerability
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