Fedora 30: runc FEDORA-2019-96946c39dd

    Date15 Oct 2019
    CategoryFedora
    309
    Posted ByLinuxSecurity Advisories
    Fedora Large
    Resolves: #1757214, #1757290 - CVE-2019-16884 ---- add patch for cgroupsv2
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    Fedora Update Notification
    FEDORA-2019-96946c39dd
    2019-10-15 22:38:41.695123
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    Name        : runc
    Product     : Fedora 30
    Version     : 1.0.0
    Release     : 95.rc9.gitc1485a1.fc30
    URL         : https://github.com/opencontainers/runc
    Summary     : CLI for running Open Containers
    Description :
    The runc command can be used to start containers which are packaged
    in accordance with the Open Container Initiative's specifications,
    and to manage containers running under runc.
    
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    Update Information:
    
    Resolves: #1757214, #1757290 - CVE-2019-16884  ----  add patch for cgroupsv2
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    ChangeLog:
    
    * Mon Oct  7 2019 Lokesh Mandvekar  - 2:1.0.0-95.rc9.gitc1485a1
    - Resolves: #1757214, #1757290 - CVE-2019-16884
    - bump to v1.0.0-rc9
    * Thu Oct  3 2019 Lokesh Mandvekar  - 2:1.0.0-94.dev.gitb9b6cc6
    - add patch for cgroupsv2
    - From: Giuseppe Scrivano 
    * Wed May 15 2019 Daniel Walsh  - 2:1.0.0-93.dev.gitb9b6cc6e
    - Fix issue with runc interacting with /dev/stderr
    * Wed Apr 24 2019 Daniel Walsh  - 2:1.0.0-92.dev.gitc1b8c57a
    - Fix issue with runc failing on SELinux disabled machines
    * Fri Apr 19 2019 Daniel Walsh  - 2:1.0.0-91.dev.gitda202113
    - Revert Build with nokmem
    * Wed Apr 17 2019 Daniel Walsh  - 2:1.0.0-90.dev.gitda202113
    - Build with nokmem
    * Thu Apr  4 2019 Lokesh Mandvekar (Bot)  - 2:1.0.0-89.dev.git029124d
    - autobuilt 029124d
    * Wed Apr  3 2019 Lokesh Mandvekar (Bot)  - 2:1.0.0-88.dev.git6a3f474
    - autobuilt 6a3f474
    * Thu Mar 28 2019 Daniel Walsh  - 2:1.0.0-87.dev.gitda202113
    - release candidate 7
    * Sat Mar 23 2019 Lokesh Mandvekar (Bot)  - 2:1.0.0-86.dev.git11fc498
    - autobuilt 11fc498
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    References:
    
      [ 1 ] Bug #1757214 - CVE-2019-16884 runc: AppArmor can be bypassed by a malicious image that specifies a volume at /proc
            https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1757214
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