First, the bad news.  CNet is reporting on a flaw in PERL which could lead to an attacker getting control over a server.  Not only that, but Java has been patched, and so has OS-X.  On the other hand, chances are that all 3 vulnerabilities won’t be affecting you, and also Mozilla 1.5 is out!
“Dyad Security on Tuesday warned of a so-called “format string vulnerability” in Webmin, a Web-based administration utility written in Perl. An attacker could gain complete control over a server running the vulnerable software by exploiting this “new class” of flaw, the security research company said in an advisory. “If remote code execution is successful, it would lead to a full remote root compromise in a standard configuration,” according to the advisory. ”

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