Vulnerabilities range from DoS, to arbitrary code execution and
It is recommended that users update to Firefox 3.0.11 to avoid these
avenues to exploitation.
"The Linux kernel is prone to a remote denial-of-service vulnerability.
Attackers can exploit this issue via crafted packets to cause a kernel
panic, denying service to legitimate users."
Multiple 2.6 kernel versions. Since this could lead to a major denial
of service, it is recommended that machines using the e1000 driver be
patched as soon as possible.
"CUPS is prone to multiple heap-based buffer-overflow vulnerabilities
because it fails to properly bounds-check user-supplied input before
copying it into a finite-sized buffer.
Exploiting these issues may allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary
code in the context of the affected application. Failed exploit attempts
will likely cause denial-of-service conditions."
Microsoft announced several vulnerabilities they are planning to release
patches for on June 9th, or Patch Tuesday. They cover issues in
Windows, Internet Explorer, Word, Excel, and Office.
It is recommended that all patches be applied after applicable testing
as soon as possible.
The iTunes 8.2 and QuickTime 7.6.2 updates fix 9 flaws spanning both
Windows and Macintosh versions. These vulnerabilities could lead to
remote code execution on a user's machine.
All of these vulnerabilities require a user to download malicious media
files, or open them in an attachment.
It is recommended that users patch to the latest version of iTunes and
The White house just released a document on Cyberspace Policy Review , a document that appears to be a mission/vision/values paper. The also have a review Blog  and a short video. This is a good look into the future that the White House has for Cyberspace in America.  http://www.whitehouse.gov/cyberreview/documents