Fedora 31: libEMF 2020-4407a1983d

    Date 30 Jun 2020
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    This release fixes security issue CVE-2020-13999 .
    Fedora Update Notification
    2020-07-01 01:34:56.095721
    Name        : libEMF
    Product     : Fedora 31
    Version     : 1.0.13
    Release     : 1.fc31
    URL         : https://libemf.sourceforge.net/
    Summary     : A library for generating Enhanced Metafiles
    Description :
    libEMF is a library for generating Enhanced Metafiles on systems which
    don't natively support the ECMA-234 Graphics Device Interface
    (GDI). The library is intended to be used as a driver for other
    graphics programs such as Grace or gnuplot. Therefore, it implements a
    very limited subset of the GDI.
    Update Information:
    This release fixes security issue CVE-2020-13999 .
    * Sun Jun 21 2020 Dominik 'Rathann' Mierzejewski  1.0.13-1
    - update to 1.0.13 (#1846926)
    - fixes CVE-2020-13999
      [ 1 ] Bug #1850254 - CVE-2020-13999 libemf: Integer overflow which could result in denial of service
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