Fedora 32: cacti FEDORA-2020-8560db8779

    Date 04 Jun 2020
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    - Update to 1.2.12 Release notes: https://www.cacti.net/release_notes.php?version=1.2.12
    Fedora Update Notification
    2020-06-05 02:28:39.634538
    Name        : cacti
    Product     : Fedora 32
    Version     : 1.2.12
    Release     : 1.fc32
    URL         : https://www.cacti.net/
    Summary     : An rrd based graphing tool
    Description :
    Cacti is a complete frontend to RRDTool. It stores all of the
    necessary information to create graphs and populate them with
    data in a MySQL database. The frontend is completely PHP
    Update Information:
    - Update to 1.2.12  Release notes:
    * Wed May 27 2020 Morten Stevens  - 1.2.12-1
    - Update to 1.2.12
      [ 1 ] Bug #1830785 - cacti-1.2.12 is available
      [ 2 ] Bug #1840312 - CVE-2020-13231 cacti: CSRF at admin email [fedora-all]
      [ 3 ] Bug #1840317 - CVE-2020-13230 cacti: improper access control on disabling a user [fedora-all]
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