A major new release of Denemo, the GNU music-notation program, has been made available. Version 2.0 incorporates a significant refactoring of the user interface; the application now includes a general-purpose Object Inspector and Editor as well as separate tools for editing scores, movements, staffs, and voices. There is also a search-and-replace feature capable of searching for rhythmic patterns and a layout editor for arranging scores.
openSUSE has updated kernel (13.2: multiple vulnerabilities), libressl (multiple vulnerabilities), nodejs (Leap 42.1: denial of service), squid (nonce replay), sudo (Leap 42.1: information disclosure), and wireshark (multiple vulnerabilities).
Scientific Linux has updated openafs (SL5, 6, 7: plaintext leak).
SUSE has updated openstack-swift (SUSE OSC5: multiple vulnerabilities).
Ubuntu has updated unzip (multiple vulnerabilities).
The Tor Project has announced the beta release of a new, off-the-record (OTR) chat client called Tor Messenger. As expected, chat session traffic is sent entirely over Tor. In addition, the application requires the use of OTR encryption—rather than merely providing it as an option. The beta is available for Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X systems. A blog post provides specifics about the implementation details.
Debian has updated phpmyadmin (multiple vulnerabilities).
Ubuntu has updated audiofile (code execution).