Fedora 30: mingw-openjpeg2 FEDORA-2020-6c8804daaa

    Date 01 Feb 2020
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    This update fixes CVE-2020-6851.
    Fedora Update Notification
    2020-02-02 01:53:29.629555
    Name        : mingw-openjpeg2
    Product     : Fedora 30
    Version     : 2.3.1
    Release     : 5.fc30
    URL         : https://github.com/uclouvain/openjpeg
    Summary     : MinGW Windows openjpeg2 library
    Description :
    MinGW Windows openjpeg2 library.
    Update Information:
    This update fixes CVE-2020-6851.
    * Fri Jan 17 2020 Sandro Mani  - 2.3.1-5
    - Backport patch for CVE 2020-6851
    * Tue Oct  8 2019 Sandro Mani  - 2.3.1-4
    - Rebuild (Changes/Mingw32GccDwarf2)
    * Wed Oct  2 2019 Sandro Mani  - 2.3.1-3
    - Fix unbundling 3rd party libraries (#1757822)
    * Thu Jul 25 2019 Fedora Release Engineering  - 2.3.1-2
    - Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_31_Mass_Rebuild
      [ 1 ] Bug #1790513 - CVE-2020-6851 openjpeg2: openjpeg: a heap-based buffer overflow in opj_t1_clbl_decode_processor in libopenjp2.so [fedora-all]
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