Basically, this is the same Security Advisory as DSA 072-1, but for
jgroff instead of groff. The package jgroff contains a version
derived from groff that has japaneze character sets enabled. This
package is available only in the stable release of Debian, patches for
japanese support have been merged into the main groff package.
The old advisory said:
Zenith Parse found a security problem in groff (the GNU version of
troff). The pic command was vulnerable to a printf format attack
which made it possible to circumvent the `-S' option and execute
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dpkg -i file.deb
will install the referenced file.
If you are using the apt-get package manager, use the line for
sources.list as given below:
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You may use an automated update by adding the resources from the
footer to the proper configuration.
Debian GNU/Linux 2.2 alias potato
MD5 checksum: ba0fffab320b5881f467c4f52788169a
MD5 checksum: e37b47561a5988793fa1da9a145d2ac0
MD5 checksum: dc1d97074ac73ab0e645a1b80d9639f2
MD5 checksum: 5f5eb9347ba9d88e76f10d85350c7c88
MD5 checksum: 46adbcf3aa0eb0b4772a6a1364d92c72
Intel ia32 architecture:
MD5 checksum: 1980d28cf9c24231e3583ba994402388
Motorola 680x0 architecture:
MD5 checksum: 02327d6d85d7a51b2654af373e5508b2
MD5 checksum: 3f08beb01d355399e11bfaa4d28433f1
Sun Sparc architecture:
MD5 checksum: a0443303f539c40f3b9415b7035abc7d
These files will probably be moved into the stable distribution on
its next revision.