Fedora 31: podofo FEDORA-2020-dd79b615cd

    Date27 Jan 2020
    Posted ByLinuxSecurity Advisories
    This update fixes CVE-2019-20093.
    Fedora Update Notification
    2020-01-27 11:25:31.282972
    Name        : podofo
    Product     : Fedora 31
    Version     : 0.9.6
    Release     : 9.fc31
    URL         : http://podofo.sourceforge.net
    Summary     : Tools and libraries to work with the PDF file format
    Description :
    PoDoFo is a library to work with the PDF file format. The name comes from
    the first letter of PDF (Portable Document Format). A few tools to work
    with PDF files are already included in the PoDoFo package.
    The PoDoFo library is a free, portable C++ library which includes classes
    to parse PDF files and modify their contents into memory. The changes can be
    written back to disk easily. The parser can also be used to extract
    information from a PDF file (for example the parser could be used in a PDF
    viewer). Besides parsing PoDoFo includes also very simple classes to create
    your own PDF files. All classes are documented so it is easy to start writing
    your own application using PoDoFo.
    Update Information:
    This update fixes CVE-2019-20093.
    * Fri Jan 17 2020 Sandro Mani  - 0.9.6-9
    - Add patch for CVE-2019-20093
      [ 1 ] Bug #1792346 - CVE-2019-20093 podofo: NULL pointer dereference in PoDoFo::PdfVariant::DelayedLoad in PdfVariant.h [fedora-all]
      [ 2 ] Bug #1792345 - CVE-2019-20093 mingw-podofo: podofo: NULL pointer dereference in PoDoFo::PdfVariant::DelayedLoad in PdfVariant.h [fedora-all]
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