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    Fedora 32: libssh 2020-f4f5e49cb8

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    Update to version 0.9.5 * * Fixes CVE-2020-16135
    Fedora Update Notification
    2020-09-15 16:15:46.340188
    Name        : libssh
    Product     : Fedora 32
    Version     : 0.9.5
    Release     : 1.fc32
    URL         :
    Summary     : A library implementing the SSH protocol
    Description :
    The ssh library was designed to be used by programmers needing a working SSH
    implementation by the mean of a library. The complete control of the client is
    made by the programmer. With libssh, you can remotely execute programs, transfer
    files, use a secure and transparent tunnel for your remote programs. With its
    Secure FTP implementation, you can play with remote files easily, without
    third-party programs others than libcrypto (from openssl).
    Update Information:
    Update to version 0.9.5  * *
    Fixes CVE-2020-16135
    * Thu Sep 10 2020 Anderson Sasaki  - 0.9.5-1
    - Update to version 0.9.5
    - Removed patch to re-enable algorithms using sha1 in sshd for testing
    - The algorithms supported by sshd are now automatically detected for testing
    - Resolves: #1862457 - CVE-2020-16135
      [ 1 ] Bug #1862457 - CVE-2020-16135 libssh: NULL pointer dereference in sftpserver.c if ssh_buffer_new returns NULL [fedora-all]
      [ 2 ] Bug #1877797 - libssh-0.9.5 is available
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