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    Fedora 31: java-1.8.0-openjdk 2020-febe36c3ac

    Date 30 Oct 2020
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    New in release OpenJDK 8u272 (2020-10-20): notes can be found at: * * ## New features * JDK-8245468: Add TLSv1.3 implementation classes from 11.0.7 ##
    Fedora Update Notification
    2020-10-31 02:01:36.973686
    Name        : java-1.8.0-openjdk
    Product     : Fedora 31
    Version     :
    Release     : 0.fc31
    URL         :
    Summary     : OpenJDK Runtime Environment 8
    Description :
    The OpenJDK runtime environment 8.
    Update Information:
    New in release OpenJDK 8u272 (2020-10-20):
    ===========================================  Full versions of these release
    notes can be found at:  * *  ##
    New features   * JDK-8245468: Add TLSv1.3 implementation classes from 11.0.7  ##
    Security fixes   - JDK-8233624: Enhance JNI linkage   - JDK-8236196: Improve
    string pooling   - JDK-8236862, CVE-2020-14779: Enhance support of Proxy class
    - JDK-8237990, CVE-2020-14781: Enhanced LDAP contexts   - JDK-8237995,
    CVE-2020-14782: Enhance certificate processing   - JDK-8240124: Better VM
    Interning   - JDK-8241114, CVE-2020-14792: Better range handling   -
    JDK-8242680, CVE-2020-14796: Improved URI Support   - JDK-8242685,
    CVE-2020-14797: Better Path Validation   - JDK-8242695, CVE-2020-14798: Enhanced
    buffer support   - JDK-8243302: Advanced class supports   - JDK-8244136,
    CVE-2020-14803: Improved Buffer supports   - JDK-8244479: Further constrain
    certificates   - JDK-8244955: Additional Fix for JDK-8240124   - JDK-8245407:
    Enhance zoning of times   - JDK-8245412: Better class definitions   -
    JDK-8245417: Improve certificate chain handling   - JDK-8248574: Improve jpeg
    processing   - JDK-8249927: Specify limits of jdk.serialProxyInterfaceLimit   -
    JDK-8253019: Enhanced JPEG decoding  ## JDK-8254177: US/Pacific-New Zone name
    removed as part of tzdata2020b  Following JDK's update to tzdata2020b, the long-
    obsolete files pacificnew and systemv have been removed. As a result, the
    "US/Pacific-New" zone name declared in the pacificnew data file is no longer
    available for use.  Information regarding the update can be viewed at
    * Wed Oct 21 2020 Andrew Hughes  - 1:
    - Update to aarch64-shenandoah-jdk8u272-b10.
    - Test build JDK is usable by running 'java -version'.
    - JFR must now be explicitly disabled when unwanted (e.g. x86), following switch of upstream default.
    - Remove JDK-8154313 backport now applied upstream.
    - Change target from 'zip-docs' to 'docs-zip', which is the naming used upstream.
    - Update tarball generation script to use PR3795, following inclusion of JDK-8177334
    - Add additional s390 size_t case in g1ConcurrentMarkObjArrayProcessor.cpp introduced by JDK-8057003
    - Add additional s390 log2_intptr case in shenandoahUtils.cpp introduced by JDK-8245464
    - Update tarball generation script to use PR3799, following inclusion of JDK-8245468 (TLSv1.3)
    - Update release notes for 8u272 release.
    - Add backport of JDK-8254177 to update to tzdata 2020b
    - Require tzdata 2020b due to resource changes in JDK-8254177
    - Temporarily roll back tzdata build requirement while tzdata update is still in testing
    - Adjust JDK-8062808/PR3548 following constantPool.hpp context change in JDK-8243302
    - Adjust PR3593 following g1StringDedupTable.cpp context change in JDK-8240124 & JDK-8244955
    * Wed Aug  5 2020 Severin Gehwolf  - 1:
    - Fix vendor name to include '.': Red Hat, Inc => Red Hat, Inc.
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