Fedora 30: jhead FEDORA-2019-7efb86afdc

    Date30 Nov 2019
    Posted ByLinuxSecurity Advisories
    updated to 3.04 (CVE-2019-19035)
    Fedora Update Notification
    2019-12-01 01:03:32.742065
    Name        : jhead
    Product     : Fedora 30
    Version     : 3.04
    Release     : 1.fc30
    URL         : http://www.sentex.net/~mwandel/jhead/
    Summary     : Tool for displaying EXIF data embedded in JPEG images
    Description :
    Jhead displays and manipulates the non-image portions of EXIF formatted
    JPEG images, such as the images produced by most digital cameras.
    Update Information:
    updated to 3.04 (CVE-2019-19035)
    * Fri Nov 22 2019 Adrian Reber  - 3.04-1
    - updated to 3.04 (CVE-2019-19035)
    * Mon Aug  5 2019 Adrian Reber  - 3.03-4
    - added patches to fix CVE-2019-1010301 and CVE-2019-1010302 from Debian
    * Thu Jul 25 2019 Fedora Release Engineering  - 3.03-3
    - Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_31_Mass_Rebuild
      [ 1 ] Bug #1775098 - CVE-2019-19035 jhead: heap based over-read in ReadJpegSections and process_SOFn in jpgfile.c leads to denial of service
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