Fedora 31: texlive-base FEDORA-2020-bb5c663b83

    Date 07 Feb 2020
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    Resolve buffer overflow in TexOpen() function, CVE-2019-19601
    Fedora Update Notification
    2020-02-08 01:58:52.898857
    Name        : texlive-base
    Product     : Fedora 31
    Version     : 20190410
    Release     : 8.fc31
    URL         : https://tug.org/texlive/
    Summary     : TeX formatting system
    Description :
    The TeX Live software distribution offers a complete TeX system for a
    variety of Unix, Macintosh, Windows and other platforms. It
    encompasses programs for editing, typesetting, previewing and printing
    of TeX documents in many different languages, and a large collection
    of TeX macros and font libraries.
    The distribution includes extensive general documentation about TeX,
    as well as the documentation for the included software packages.
    Update Information:
    Resolve buffer overflow in TexOpen() function, CVE-2019-19601
    * Wed Feb  5 2020 Than Ngo  - 7:20190410-8
    - fix bz#1798119 - buffer overflow in TexOpen() function, CVE-2019-19601
    * Fri Jan 10 2020 Tom Callaway  - 7:20190410-7
    - fix python3 issue with pdfbook2 (thanks to "Mildred", bz1733794)
    - fix python3 issue with latex-papersize (thanks to Silas S. Brown, bz1783964)
    * Fri Nov 15 2019 Tom Callaway  - 7:20190410-6
    - package up the TL fork of psutils to help tlmgr find all the configs it expects
    * Fri Nov  1 2019 Pete Walter  - 7:20190410-5
    - Rebuild for ICU 65
    * Fri Oct 18 2019 Tom Callaway  - 7:20190410-4
    - fix dir ownership
    * Wed Oct  9 2019 Jerry James  - 7:20190410-3
    - Rebuild for mpfr 4
      [ 1 ] Bug #1798118 - CVE-2019-19601 texlive: buffer overflow in the TexOpen() function in detex.l
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