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SUSE: 2019:1744-1 important: the Linux Kernel

Thursday 4th of July 2019 11:12:51 AM
An update that solves three vulnerabilities and has 26 fixes is now available.

SUSE: 2019:1746-1 moderate: php5

Thursday 4th of July 2019 11:11:09 AM
An update that fixes three vulnerabilities is now available.

Debian LTS: DLA-1844-1: lemonldap-ng security update

Thursday 4th of July 2019 09:21:37 AM
It was discovered that there was a XML external entity vulnerability in the lemonldap-ng single-sign on system. This may have led to the disclosure of confidential data, denial of service, server side request forgery, port scanning, etc.

Fedora 29: tomcat FEDORA-2019-d66febb5df

Wednesday 3rd of July 2019 10:51:06 PM
This update includes a rebase from 9.0.13 up to 9.0.21 which resolves two CVEs along with various other bugs/features: * rhbz#1673856 tomcat-9.0.21 is available * rhbz#1713279 CVE-2019-0221 tomcat: XSS in SSI printenv * rhbz#1693326 CVE-2019-0199 tomcat: Apache Tomcat HTTP/2 DoS

SUSE: 2019:1733-1 elfutils

Wednesday 3rd of July 2019 02:12:25 PM
An update that fixes 15 vulnerabilities is now available.

CentOS: CESA-2019-1650: Low CentOS 6 qemu-kvm

Wednesday 3rd of July 2019 01:01:43 PM
Upstream details at : https://access.redhat.com/errata/RHSA-2019:1650

CentOS: CESA-2019-1652: Important CentOS 6 libssh2

Wednesday 3rd of July 2019 01:00:57 PM
Upstream details at : https://access.redhat.com/errata/RHSA-2019:1652

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