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Gentoo: GLSA-202107-46: mpv: Format string vulnerability>

Tuesday 20th of July 2021 12:17:54 AM
A format string vulnerability was found in mpv, potentially resulting in arbitrary code execution.

Gentoo: GLSA-202107-45: PyCharm Community, Professional: Remote code execution>

Tuesday 20th of July 2021 12:13:57 AM
A vulnerability has been found in PyCharm Community and Professional, potentially resulting in arbitrary code execution.

Gentoo: GLSA-202107-44: libslirp: Multiple vulnerabilities>

Tuesday 20th of July 2021 12:12:20 AM
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in libslirp, the worst of which could result in a Denial of Service condition.

Gentoo: GLSA-202107-43: RPM: Multiple vulnerabilities>

Tuesday 20th of July 2021 12:08:08 AM
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in RPM, the worst of which could result in remote code execution.

Gentoo: GLSA-202107-42: PJSIP: Multiple vulnerabilities>

Tuesday 20th of July 2021 12:01:21 AM
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in PJSIP, the worst of which could result in a Denial of Service condition.

Fedora 33: glibc 2021-3f4132bb56>

Monday 19th of July 2021 09:10:16 PM
Auto-sync with upstream branch release/2.32/master Upstream commit: 27e892f6608e9d0da71884bb1422a735f6062850 - wordexp: handle overflow in positional parameter number (swbz#28011, CVE-2021-35942) - Preserve .symtab in libc.so.6 and the main shared objects (#1975895)

Debian LTS: DLA-2710-1: rabbitmq-server security update>

Monday 19th of July 2021 06:51:29 PM
Several vulnerabilities were discovered in rabbitmq-server, a message-broker software. CVE-2017-4965

openSUSE: 2021:2398-1 moderate: go1.15>

Monday 19th of July 2021 05:18:16 PM
An update that solves one vulnerability and has one errata is now available.

openSUSE: 2021:1054-1 moderate: icinga2>

Monday 19th of July 2021 11:20:58 AM
An update that fixes one vulnerability is now available.

openSUSE: 2021:1053-1 moderate: icinga2>

Monday 19th of July 2021 11:19:53 AM
An update that fixes one vulnerability is now available.

Debian LTS: DLA-2711-1: thunderbird security update>

Monday 19th of July 2021 08:47:51 AM
Multiple security issues were discovered in Thunderbird, which could result in the execution of arbitrary code. CVE-2021-30547

openSUSE: 2021:2393-1 important: MozillaFirefox>

Monday 19th of July 2021 08:18:42 AM
An update that fixes three vulnerabilities is now available.

openSUSE: 2021:2392-1 important: go1.16>

Monday 19th of July 2021 08:17:29 AM
An update that solves one vulnerability and has one errata is now available.

RedHat: RHSA-2021-2760:01 Important: nettle security update>

Monday 19th of July 2021 03:54:07 AM
An update for nettle is now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3 Advanced Update Support. Red Hat Product Security has rated this update as having a security impact of Important. A Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) base score,

Fedora 34: chromium 2021-9f62d36f09>

Sunday 18th of July 2021 09:13:48 PM
Update to 91.0.4472.164. CVE-2021-30559 CVE-2021-30541 CVE-2021-30560 CVE-2021-30561 CVE-2021-30562 CVE-2021-30563 CVE-2021-30564

Fedora 34: linux-firmware 2021-2443b22fa0>

Sunday 18th of July 2021 09:13:47 PM
* Update to upstream 20210716 release * update NXP 8897/8997 firmware images * rtlwifi: de-dupe rtl8723b/rtl8192e SDIO/USB WiFi firmware * Mediatek: update WiFi/bluetooth chip (MT7921) * Mediatek: update MT7915 firmware to 20201105 * Mellanox: Add new mlxsw_spectrum firmware xx.2008.2946 * cxgb4: Update firmware to revision 1.26.0.0 * firmware/i915/guc: Add HuC v7.9.3 for TGL & DG1 *

Debian: DSA-4940-1: thunderbird security update>

Sunday 18th of July 2021 11:15:11 AM
Multiple security issues were discovered in Thunderbird, which could result in the execution of arbitrary code. For the stable distribution (buster), these problems have been fixed in

Gentoo: GLSA-202107-41: Dovecot: Multiple vulnerabilities>

Saturday 17th of July 2021 11:48:58 PM
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in Dovecot, the worst of which could result in a Denial of Service condition.

Fedora 34: firefox 2021-722e2543fe>

Saturday 17th of July 2021 09:26:14 PM
New upstream version (90.0) Disabled Wayland on KDE by default due to popup bugs.

Fedora 33: chromium 2021-ca58c57bdf>

Saturday 17th of July 2021 09:04:26 PM
Fix crash in ThemeService (thanks to OpenSUSE) ---- Security fixes. CVE-2021-30506 CVE-2021-30507 CVE-2021-30508 CVE-2021-30509 CVE-2021-30510 CVE-2021-30511 CVE-2021-30512 CVE-2021-30513 CVE-2021-30514 CVE-2021-30515 CVE-2021-30516 CVE-2021-30517 CVE-2021-30518 CVE-2021-30519 CVE-2021-30520 CVE-2021-30521 CVE-2021-30522 CVE-2021-30523 CVE-2021-30524 CVE-2021-30525

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