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    Fedora 33: rubygem-activerecord 2020-4dd34860a3

    Date 04 Oct 2020
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    Upgrade to Ruby on Rails Fixes CVEs: #1877568 #1831529 #1852381
    Fedora Update Notification
    2020-10-05 00:15:05.246453
    Name        : rubygem-activerecord
    Product     : Fedora 33
    Version     :
    Release     : 1.fc33
    URL         :
    Summary     : Object-relational mapper framework (part of Rails)
    Description :
    Implements the ActiveRecord pattern (Fowler, PoEAA) for ORM. It ties database
    tables and classes together for business objects, like Customer or
    Subscription, that can find, save, and destroy themselves without resorting to
    manual SQL.
    Update Information:
    Upgrade to Ruby on Rails Fixes CVEs: #1877568 #1831529 #1852381
    * Tue Sep 22 2020 Pavel Valena  - 1:
    - Update to activerecord
      Resolves: rhbz#1877501
      [ 1 ] Bug #1831529 - CVE-2020-5267 rubygem-actionview: views that use the `j` or `escape_javascript` methods are susceptible to XSS attacks [fedora-all]
      [ 2 ] Bug #1852381 - CVE-2020-8185 rubygem-rails: untrusted users able to run pending migrations in production [fedora-all]
      [ 3 ] Bug #1877568 - CVE-2020-15169 rubygem-actionview: rubygem-activeview: Cross-site scripting in translation helpers [fedora-all]
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