---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Debian Stable Updates Announcement SUA 209-1 https://www.debian.org/ firstname.lastname@example.org Adam D. Barratt December 13th, 2021 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Upcoming Debian 11 Update (11.2) An update to Debian 11 is scheduled for Saturday, December 18th, 2021. As of now it will include the following bug fixes. They can be found in "bullseye- proposed-updates", which is carried by all official mirrors. Please note that packages published through security.debian.org are not listed, but will be included if possible. Some of the updates below are also already available through "bullseye-updates". Testing and feedback would be appreciated. Bugs should be filed in the Debian Bug Tracking System, but please make the Release Team aware of them by copying "email@example.com" on your mails. The point release will also include a rebuild of debian-installer. Miscellaneous Bugfixes ---------------------- This stable update adds a few important corrections to the following packages: Package Reason ------- ------ authheaders New upstream bug-fix release base-files Update /etc/debian_version for the 11.2 point release bpftrace Fix arrary indexing brltty Fix operation under X when using sysvinit btrbk Fix regression in the update for CVE-2021-38173 calibre Fix syntax error chrony Fix binding a socket to a network device with a name longer than 3 characters when the system call filter is enabled cmake Add PostgreSQL 13 to known versions containerd New upstream stable release; handle ambiguous OCI manifest parsing [CVE-2021-41190]; support "clone3" in default seccomp profile curl Remove -ffile-prefix-map from curl-config, fixing co-installability of libcurl4-gnutls-dev under multiarch datatables.js Fix insufficient escaping of arrays passed to the HTML escape entities function [CVE-2021-23445] debian-edu-config pxe-addfirmware: Fix TFTP server path; improve support for LTSP chroot setup and maintenance debian-edu-doc Update Debian Edu Bullseye manual from the wiki; update translations distro-info-data Update included data for Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04 ESM; add Ubuntu 22.04 LTS docker.io Fix possible change of host file system permissions [CVE-2021-41089]; lock down file permissions in /var/lib/docker [CVE-2021-41091]; prevent credentials being sent to the default registry [CVE-2021-41092]; add support for "clone3" syscall in default seccomp policy edk2 Address Boot Guard TOCTOU vulnerability [CVE-2019-11098] freeipmi Install pkgconfig files to correct location gdal Fix BAG 2.0 Extract support in LVBAG driver gerbv Fix out-of-bounds write issue [CVE-2021-40391] gmp Fix integer and buffer overflow issue [CVE-2021-43618] golang-1.15 New upstream stable release; fix "net/http: panic due to racy read of persistConn after handler panic" [CVE-2021-36221]; fix "archive/zip: overflow in preallocation check can cause OOM panic" [CVE-2021-39293]; fix buffer over-run issue [CVE-2021-38297], out of bounds read issue [CVE-2021-41771], denial of service issues [CVE-2021-44716 CVE-2021-44717] grass Fix parsing of GDAL formats where the description contains a colon horizon Re-enable translations htmldoc Fix buffer overflow issues [CVE-2021-40985 CVE-2021-43579] im-config Prefer Fcitx5 over Fcitx4 isync Fix multiple buffer overflow issues [CVE-2021-3657] jqueryui Fix untrusted code execution issues [CVE-2021-41182 CVE-2021-41183 CVE-2021-41184] jwm Fix crash when using "Move" menu item keepalived Fix overly broad DBus policy [CVE-2021-44225] keystone Resolve information leak allowing determination of whether users exist [CVE-2021-38155]; apply some performance improvements to the default keystone-uwsgi.ini kodi Fix buffer overflow in PLS playlists [CVE-2021-42917] libayatana-indicator Scale icons when loading from file; prevent regular crashes in indicator applets libdatetime-timezone-perl Update included data libencode-perl Fix a memory leak in Encode.xs libseccomp Add support for syscalls up to Linux 5.15 linux New upstream release; increase ABI to 10; RT: update to 5.10.83-rt58 lldpd Fix heap overflow issue [CVE-2021-43612]; do not set VLAN tag if client did not set it mrtg Correct errors in variable names node-getobject Resolve prototype pollution issue [CVE-2020-28282] node-json-schema Resolve prototype pollution issue [CVE-2021-3918] open3d Ensure that python3-open3d depends on python3-numpy opendmarc Fix opendmarc-import; increase maximum supported length of tokens in ARC_Seal headers, resolving crashes plib Fix integer overflow issue [CVE-2021-38714] plocate Fix an issue where non-ASCII characters would be wrongly escaped poco Fix installation of CMake files privoxy Fix memory leaks [CVE-2021-44540 CVE-2021-44541 CVE-2021-44542]; fix cross-site scripting issue [CVE-2021-44543] publicsuffix Update included data python-django New upstream security release: fix potential bypass of an upstream access control based on URL paths [CVE-2021-44420] python-eventlet Fix compatibility with dnspython 2 python-virtualenv Fix crash when using --no-setuptools ros-ros-comm Fix denial of service issue [CVE-2021-37146] ruby-httpclient Use system certificate store rustc-mozilla New source package to support building of newer firefox-esr and thunderbird versions supysonic Symlink jquery instead of loading it directly; correctly symlink minimized bootstrap CSS files tzdata Update data for Fiji and Palestine udisks2 Mount options: Always use errors=remount-ro for ext filesystems [CVE-2021-3802]; use the mkfs command to format exfat partitions; add Recommends exfatprogs as preferred alternative ulfius Fix use of custom allocators with ulfius_url_decode and ulfius_url_encode vim Fix heap overflows [CVE-2021-3770 CVE-2021-3778], use after free issue [CVE-2021-3796]; remove vim-gtk alternatives during vim-gtk -> vim-gtk3 transition, easing upgrades from buster wget Fix downloads over 2GB on 32-bit systems A complete list of all accepted and rejected packages together with rationale is on the preparation page for this revision: <https://release.debian.org/proposed-updates/stable.html> If you encounter any issues, please don't hesitate to get in touch with the Debian Release Team at "firstname.lastname@example.org".
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