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Tuesday's security updates

Fedora has updated kernel (F19: off by one error), libvirt (F18: multiple vulnerabilities), and xpdf (F18; F19: code execution).

openSUSE has updated glibc (12.3: multiple vulnerabilities) and icedtea-web (12.x; 11.4: code execution).

Red Hat has updated ccid (RHEL5: code execution), kernel (RHEL5: denial of service), php53 (RHEL5: multiple vulnerabilities), samba3x (RHEL5: multiple vulnerabilities), sssd (RHEL5: file modification), sudo (RHEL5: privilege escalation), and xinetd (RHEL5: service disclosure flaw).

Ubuntu has updated EC2 kernel (10.04 LTS: multiple vulnerabilities), hplip (12.10; 12.04 LTS; 10.04 LTS: multiple vulnerabilities), kernel (10.04 LTS: multiple vulnerabilities), libkdcraw (12.04 LTS: denial of service), python2.6 (10.04 LTS: man in the middle attack), python2.7 (13.04; 12.10; 12.04 LTS: multiple vulnerabilities), python3.2 (12.10; 12.04 LTS: multiple vulnerabilities), txt2man (13.04; 12.10; 12.04 LTS: file overwrite), and vino (13.04; 12.10; 12.04 LTS: denial of service).


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