Most of the security fixes weren't `immediate must-install'. A goodly number related to single drivers or obscure new protocols: SMB/CIFS, SCTP...
... I mean, the SCTP code is, what, a kernel release old? Thus, it has bugs; some of which may be remotely exploitable (by the nature of network protocol code). How terribly shocking.
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