Fedora 30: mosquitto FEDORA-2019-8b83c261dd

    Date 04 Oct 2019
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    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    1.6.7 Fix potential crash when reloading config. Client library: * Don't use / in autogenerated client ids, to avoid confusing with topics. * Fix mosquitto_max_inflight_messages_set() and mosquitto_int_option(..., MOSQ_OPT_*_MAX, ...) behaviour. * Fix regression on use of
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    Fedora Update Notification
    FEDORA-2019-8b83c261dd
    2019-10-04 21:23:34.757643
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    Name        : mosquitto
    Product     : Fedora 30
    Version     : 1.6.7
    Release     : 1.fc30
    URL         : https://mosquitto.org/
    Summary     : An Open Source MQTT v3.1/v3.1.1 Broker
    Description :
    Mosquitto is an open source message broker that implements the MQ Telemetry
    Transport protocol version 3.1 and 3.1.1 MQTT provides a lightweight method
    of carrying out messaging using a publish/subscribe model. This makes it
    suitable for "machine to machine" messaging such as with low power sensors
    or mobile devices such as phones, embedded computers or micro-controllers
    like the Arduino.
    
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    Update Information:
    
    1.6.7 =====  Broker:  * Add workaround for working with libwebsockets 3.2.0. *
    Fix potential crash when reloading config.  Client library:  * Don't use / in
    autogenerated client ids, to avoid confusing with topics. * Fix
    mosquitto_max_inflight_messages_set() and mosquitto_int_option(...,
    MOSQ_OPT_*_MAX, ...) behaviour. * Fix regression on use of
    mosquitto_connect_async() not working.  Clients:  * mosquitto_sub: Fix -E
    incorrectly not working unless -d was also specified. * Updated documentation
    around automatic client ids.   1.6.6 =====  Security: * CVE-2019-11779 *
    Restrict topic hierarchy to 200 levels to prevent possible stack overflow.
    Broker:  * Restrict topic hierarchy to 200 levels to prevent possible stack
    overflow. * mosquitto_passwd now returns 1 when attempting to update a user that
    does not exist.   1.6.5 =====  Broker:  * Fix v5 DISCONNECT packets with
    remaining length == 2 being treated as a protocol error. * Fix support for
    libwebsockets 3.x. * Fix slow websockets performance when sending large
    messages. * Fix bridges potentially not connecting on Windows. * Fix clients
    authorised using `use_identity_as_username` or `use_subject_as_username` being
    disconnected on SIGHUP. * Improve error messages in some situations when clients
    disconnect. Reduces the number of "Socket error on client X, disconnecting"
    messages. * Fix Will for v5 clients not being sent if will delay interval was
    greater than the session expiry interval. * Fix CRL file not being reloaded on
    HUP. * Fix repeated "Error in poll" messages on Windows when only websockets
    listeners are defined.  Client library:  * Fix reconnect backoff for the
    situation where connections are dropped rather than refused. * Fix missing locks
    on `mosq->state`.  Documentation:  * Improve details on global/per listener
    options in the mosquitto.conf man page. * Clarify behaviour when clients exceed
    the `message_size_limit`. * Improve documentation for `max_inflight_bytes`,
    `max_inflight_messages`, and `max_queued_messages`.
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    ChangeLog:
    
    * Wed Sep 25 2019 Peter Robinson  1.6.7-1
    - 1.6.7 release
    * Tue Sep 24 2019 Fabian Affolter  - 1.6.6-1
    - Update to new upstream version 1.6.6
    * Sat Sep 14 2019 Peter Robinson  1.6.5-1
    - 1.6.5 release
    * Mon Sep  2 2019 Peter Robinson  1.6.4-2
    - Rebuild for libwebsockets 3.2
    * Fri Aug  2 2019 Peter Robinson  1.6.4-1
    - 1.6.4 release
    * Thu Jul 25 2019 Fedora Release Engineering  - 1.6.3-2
    - Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_31_Mass_Rebuild
    * Tue Jun 18 2019 Fabian Affolter  - 1.6.3-1
    - Update to new upstream version 1.6.3
    * Tue Apr 30 2019 Peter Robinson  1.6.2-1
    - 1.6.2 release
    * Sat Apr 27 2019 Peter Robinson  1.6.1-1
    - 1.6.1 release
    * Thu Apr 18 2019 Peter Robinson  1.6.0-1
    - Major new 1.6.0 release
    - Support for MQTT 5
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    References:
    
      [ 1 ] Bug #1753846 - CVE-2019-11779 mosquitto: malicious MQTT sends  SUBSCRIBE packet leads to stack over flow
            https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1753846
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