Fedora 31: sox FEDORA-2020-1dfaa1963b

    Date 02 Feb 2020
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    Fixes **CVE-2017-18189**.
    Fedora Update Notification
    2020-02-03 01:21:44.589768
    Name        : sox
    Product     : Fedora 31
    Version     :
    Release     : 28.fc31
    URL         : https://sox.sourceforge.net/
    Summary     : A general purpose sound file conversion tool
    Description :
    SoX (Sound eXchange) is a sound file format converter. SoX can convert
    between many different digitized sound formats and perform simple
    sound manipulation functions, including sound effects.
    Update Information:
    Fixes **CVE-2017-18189**.
    * Wed Jan 29 2020 Jiri Kucera  -
    - fix CVE-2017-18189
      resolves #1545867
    * Wed Jan 29 2020 Jiri Kucera  -
    - remove %check (we use Fedora CI instead in a future)
      [ 1 ] Bug #1545867 - CVE-2017-18189 sox: Null pointer dereference in startread function in xa.c [fedora-all]
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