Fedora 30: libreswan Security Update

    Date12 Jun 2019
    CategoryFedora
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    Posted ByLinuxSecurity Advisories
    Resolves: rhbz#1718986 Updated to 3.29 for CVE-2019-10155 ---- Updated to 3.28 (many imported bugfixes)
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    Fedora Update Notification
    FEDORA-2019-f7fb531958
    2019-06-13 01:14:41.756085
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    Name        : libreswan
    Product     : Fedora 30
    Version     : 3.29
    Release     : 1.fc30
    URL         : https://libreswan.org/
    Summary     : IPsec implementation with IKEv1 and IKEv2 keying protocols
    Description :
    Libreswan is a free implementation of IPsec & IKE for Linux.  IPsec is
    the Internet Protocol Security and uses strong cryptography to provide
    both authentication and encryption services.  These services allow you
    to build secure tunnels through untrusted networks.  Everything passing
    through the untrusted net is encrypted by the ipsec gateway machine and
    decrypted by the gateway at the other end of the tunnel.  The resulting
    tunnel is a virtual private network or VPN.
    
    This package contains the daemons and userland tools for setting up
    Libreswan. To build KLIPS, see the kmod-libreswan.spec file.
    
    Libreswan also supports IKEv2 (RFC4309) and Secure Labeling
    
    Libreswan is based on Openswan-2.6.38 which in turn is based on FreeS/WAN-2.04
    
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    Update Information:
    
    Resolves: rhbz#1718986 Updated to 3.29 for CVE-2019-10155  ----  Updated to 3.28
    (many imported bugfixes)
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ChangeLog:
    
    * Mon Jun 10 2019 Paul Wouters  - 3.29-1
    - Resolves: rhbz#1718986 Updated to 3.29 for CVE-2019-10155
    * Tue May 21 2019 Paul Wouters  - 3.28-1
    - Updated to 3.28 (many imported bugfixes, including CVE-2019-12312)
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    References:
    
      [ 1 ] Bug #1718986 - libreswan-3.29 is available
            https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1718986
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    Fedora Update Notification
    FEDORA-2019-f7fb531958
    2019-06-13 01:14:41.756085
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    Name        : libreswan
    Product     : Fedora 30
    Version     : 3.29
    Release     : 1.fc30
    URL         : https://libreswan.org/
    Summary     : IPsec implementation with IKEv1 and IKEv2 keying protocols
    Description :
    Libreswan is a free implementation of IPsec & IKE for Linux.  IPsec is
    the Internet Protocol Security and uses strong cryptography to provide
    both authentication and encryption services.  These services allow you
    to build secure tunnels through untrusted networks.  Everything passing
    through the untrusted net is encrypted by the ipsec gateway machine and
    decrypted by the gateway at the other end of the tunnel.  The resulting
    tunnel is a virtual private network or VPN.
    
    This package contains the daemons and userland tools for setting up
    Libreswan. To build KLIPS, see the kmod-libreswan.spec file.
    
    Libreswan also supports IKEv2 (RFC4309) and Secure Labeling
    
    Libreswan is based on Openswan-2.6.38 which in turn is based on FreeS/WAN-2.04
    
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    Update Information:
    
    Resolves: rhbz#1718986 Updated to 3.29 for CVE-2019-10155  ----  Updated to 3.28
    (many imported bugfixes)
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ChangeLog:
    
    * Mon Jun 10 2019 Paul Wouters  - 3.29-1
    - Resolves: rhbz#1718986 Updated to 3.29 for CVE-2019-10155
    * Tue May 21 2019 Paul Wouters  - 3.28-1
    - Updated to 3.28 (many imported bugfixes, including CVE-2019-12312)
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    References:
    
      [ 1 ] Bug #1718986 - libreswan-3.29 is available
            https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1718986
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    This update can be installed with the "dnf" update program. Use
    su -c 'dnf upgrade --advisory FEDORA-2019-f7fb531958' at the command
    line. For more information, refer to the dnf documentation available at
    http://dnf.readthedocs.io/en/latest/command_ref.html#upgrade-command-label
    
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    GPG keys used by the Fedora Project can be found at
    https://fedoraproject.org/keys
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    Fedora Update Notification
    FEDORA-2019-f7fb531958
    2019-06-13 01:14:41.756085
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Name        : libreswan
    Product     : Fedora 30
    Version     : 3.29
    Release     : 1.fc30
    URL         : https://libreswan.org/
    Summary     : IPsec implementation with IKEv1 and IKEv2 keying protocols
    Description :
    Libreswan is a free implementation of IPsec & IKE for Linux.  IPsec is
    the Internet Protocol Security and uses strong cryptography to provide
    both authentication and encryption services.  These services allow you
    to build secure tunnels through untrusted networks.  Everything passing
    through the untrusted net is encrypted by the ipsec gateway machine and
    decrypted by the gateway at the other end of the tunnel.  The resulting
    tunnel is a virtual private network or VPN.
    
    This package contains the daemons and userland tools for setting up
    Libreswan. To build KLIPS, see the kmod-libreswan.spec file.
    
    Libreswan also supports IKEv2 (RFC4309) and Secure Labeling
    
    Libreswan is based on Openswan-2.6.38 which in turn is based on FreeS/WAN-2.04
    
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Update Information:
    
    Resolves: rhbz#1718986 Updated to 3.29 for CVE-2019-10155  ----  Updated to 3.28
    (many imported bugfixes)
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ChangeLog:
    
    * Mon Jun 10 2019 Paul Wouters  - 3.29-1
    - Resolves: rhbz#1718986 Updated to 3.29 for CVE-2019-10155
    * Tue May 21 2019 Paul Wouters  - 3.28-1
    - Updated to 3.28 (many imported bugfixes, including CVE-2019-12312)
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    References:
    
      [ 1 ] Bug #1718986 - libreswan-3.29 is available
            https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1718986
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    This update can be installed with the "dnf" update program. Use
    su -c 'dnf upgrade --advisory FEDORA-2019-f7fb531958' at the command
    line. For more information, refer to the dnf documentation available at
    http://dnf.readthedocs.io/en/latest/command_ref.html#upgrade-command-label
    
    All packages are signed with the Fedora Project GPG key. More details on the
    GPG keys used by the Fedora Project can be found at
    https://fedoraproject.org/keys
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