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Fedora 33: openvswitch 2021-fba11d37ee

Date 04 Mar 2021
Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
Updated OVS to 2.15 and DPDK to 20.11
Fedora Update Notification
2021-03-04 20:06:38.965117

Name        : openvswitch
Product     : Fedora 33
Version     : 2.15.0
Release     : 1.fc33
URL         :
Summary     : Open vSwitch daemon/database/utilities
Description :
Open vSwitch provides standard network bridging functions and
support for the OpenFlow protocol for remote per-flow control of

Update Information:

Updated OVS to 2.15 and DPDK to 20.11

* Wed Feb 17 2021 Timothy Redaelli  - 2.15.0-1
- Updated to 2.15.0
* Tue Jan 26 2021 Fedora Release Engineering  - 2.14.0-4
- Rebuilt for
* Thu Nov 19 2020 Timothy Redaelli  - 2.14.0-3
- Backport patches for CVE-2015-8011 (#1899303)

  [ 1 ] Bug #1843590 - enable MLX5 poll mode driver
  [ 2 ] Bug #1899303 - CVE-2015-8011 openvswitch: lldpd: buffer overflow in the lldp_decode function in daemon/protocols/lldp.c [fedora-all]
  [ 3 ] Bug #1902326 - dpdk-20.11 is available
  [ 4 ] Bug #1921440 - CVE-2020-27827 openvswitch: lldp/openvswitch: denial of service via externally triggered memory leak [fedora-all]
  [ 5 ] Bug #1927492 - CVE-2020-35498 openvswitch: limitation in the OVS packet parsing in userspace leads to DoS [fedora-all]

This update can be installed with the "dnf" update program. Use
su -c 'dnf upgrade --advisory FEDORA-2021-fba11d37ee' at the command
line. For more information, refer to the dnf documentation available at

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