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    Fedora 32: mingw-curl 2020-ad05132742

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    Major update includes security fixes.
    Fedora Update Notification
    2020-08-05 01:18:29.557173
    Name        : mingw-curl
    Product     : Fedora 32
    Version     : 7.71.1
    Release     : 1.fc32
    URL         :
    Summary     : MinGW Windows port of curl and libcurl
    Description :
    cURL is a tool for getting files from HTTP, FTP, FILE, LDAP, LDAPS,
    DICT, TELNET and TFTP servers, using any of the supported protocols.
    cURL is designed to work without user interaction or any kind of
    interactivity. cURL offers many useful capabilities, like proxy
    support, user authentication, FTP upload, HTTP post, and file transfer
    This is the MinGW cross-compiled Windows library.
    Update Information:
    Major update includes security fixes.
    * Fri Jul 24 2020 Michael Cronenworth  - 7.71.1-1
    - Update to 7.71.1, which fixes the following vulnerabilities
      CVE-2020-8169 - curl: Partial password leak over DNS on HTTP redirect
      CVE-2020-8177 - curl: overwrite local file with -J
      [ 1 ] Bug #1851427 - CVE-2020-8177 mingw-curl: curl: command line arguments lead to local file overwrite [fedora-all]
      [ 2 ] Bug #1851436 - CVE-2020-8169 mingw-curl: libcurl: partial password leak over DNS on HTTP redirect [fedora-all]
    This update can be installed with the "dnf" update program. Use
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