Fedora 30: oniguruma FEDORA-2019-73197ff9a0

    Date07 Dec 2019
    Posted ByLinuxSecurity Advisories
    Address CVE-2019-19204 CVE-2019-19203 CVE-2019-19012. Fixes are backported.
    Fedora Update Notification
    2019-12-08 01:02:51.298782
    Name        : oniguruma
    Product     : Fedora 30
    Version     : 6.9.2
    Release     : 4.fc30
    URL         : https://github.com/kkos/oniguruma/
    Summary     : Regular expressions library
    Description :
    Oniguruma is a regular expressions library.
    The characteristics of this library is that different character encoding
    for every regular expression object can be specified.
    (supported APIs: GNU regex, POSIX and Oniguruma native)
    Update Information:
    Address CVE-2019-19204 CVE-2019-19203 CVE-2019-19012. Fixes are backported.
    * Fri Nov 29 2019 Mamoru TASAKA  - 6.9.2-4
    - Address CVE-2019-19204 CVE-2019-19203 CVE-2019-19012
    * Mon Nov 11 2019 Mamoru TASAKA  - 6.9.2-3
    - Upstream patch for CVE-2019-16163 (#1768997)
    - Another fix backports out of request from PHP maintainer (#1728971)
      (One of them is now assigned as CVE-2019-19246)
    * Fri Jul 12 2019 Mamoru TASAKA  - 6.9.2-2
    - Upstream patch for CVE-2019-13225 (#1728966)
    - NON-upstream patch for CVE-2019-13224 (#1728971)
    * Tue May  7 2019 Mamoru TASAKA  - 6.9.2-1
    - rc3 released as 6.9.2 final release
    * Wed Apr 24 2019 Mamoru TASAKA  - 6.9.2-0.1.rc3
    - 6.9.2-rc3
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