Fedora 20: setroubleshoot Security Update

    Date08 Apr 2015
    Posted ByLinuxSecurity Advisories
    Security fix for CVE-2015-1815
    Fedora Update Notification
    2015-03-28 23:41:04
    Name        : setroubleshoot
    Product     : Fedora 20
    Version     : 3.2.17
    Release     : 2.fc20
    URL         : https://fedorahosted.org/setroubleshoot
    Summary     : Helps troubleshoot SELinux problems
    Description :
    setroubleshoot GUI. Application that allows you to view setroubleshoot-server
    Provides tools to help diagnose SELinux problems. When AVC messages
    are generated an alert can be generated that will give information
    about the problem and help track its resolution. Alerts can be configured
    to user preference. The same tools can be run on existing log files.
    Update Information:
    Security fix for CVE-2015-1815
    * Thu Mar 26 2015 Petr Lautrbach  3.2.17-2
    - Fix get_rpm_nvr_*_temporary functions - CVE-2015-1815 (#1203352)
    * Mon Jan 20 2014 Dan Walsh  - 3.2.17-1
    - Fix unicode settings
    * Tue Jan  7 2014 Dan Walsh  - 3.2.16-2
    - Remove requires for notify-python and yum
    * Thu Jan  2 2014 Dan Walsh  - 3.2.16-1
    - Don't error out on no policy installed
    - Update translations.
    * Thu Jan  2 2014 Dan Walsh  - 3.2.15-2
    - Eliminate requirement on service script.
    * Tue Dec  3 2013 Dan Walsh  - 3.2.15-1
    - Update Lanquages
    - Use setup.py in Makefile for setroubleshoot dir
      [ 1 ] Bug #1203352 - CVE-2015-1815 setroubleshoot: command injection via crafted file name
    This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use
    su -c 'yum update setroubleshoot' at the command line.
    For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
    available at https://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.
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