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Monday's security updates

Debian has updated curl (multiple vulnerabilities) and wordpress (multiple vulnerabilities).

Mandriva has updated jbigkit (BS1, ES5: code execution).

openSUSE has updated flash-player (multiple vulnerabilities), nagios (12.3, 13.1: denial of service), python (12.3: code execution), rubygem-rack-ssl (12.3, 13.1: cross-site scripting), and xinetd (12.3, 13.1: multiple vulnerabilities).

Ubuntu has updated net-snmp (denial of service).


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Monday's security updates

Posted Apr 14, 2014 19:20 UTC (Mon) by dowdle (subscriber, #659) [Link]

The Fedora Project has also refreshed all of their Live install media... for Fedora 19 and Fedora 20. If they sent out a press release I missed it. They are all dated 20140407 and found in a new Live directory under updates (for those that mirror).

The main Fedora Project website is linking directly to them from the download links. So far as I know , this is the first time Fedora has officially refreshed their Live install media.

Someone suggested that perhaps these were built by Ben Williams who builds unofficial iso updates but I'm not sure.

So far as I can tell, they have NOT refreshed their install-only DVD isos.

Monday's security updates

Posted Apr 14, 2014 20:55 UTC (Mon) by cesarb (subscriber, #6266) [Link]

> If they sent out a press release I missed it.

> So far as I can tell, they have NOT refreshed their install-only DVD isos.

These two sentences might be related...

Monday's security updates

Posted Apr 15, 2014 3:17 UTC (Tue) by rahulsundaram (subscriber, #21946) [Link]

It appears to have been mostly because the cloud folks have been pushing it and there is a proposal to do this in a more formalized way starting from the next release

https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/%28A%29Periodic_Up...


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