Fedora Update Notification
2021-10-02 01:27:06.859119

Name        : openssh
Product     : Fedora 34
Version     : 8.6p1
Release     : 5.fc34
URL         : https://www.openssh.com/portable.html
Summary     : An open source implementation of SSH protocol version 2
Description :
SSH (Secure SHell) is a program for logging into and executing
commands on a remote machine. SSH is intended to replace rlogin and
rsh, and to provide secure encrypted communications between two
untrusted hosts over an insecure network. X11 connections and
arbitrary TCP/IP ports can also be forwarded over the secure channel.

OpenSSH is OpenBSD's version of the last free version of SSH, bringing
it up to date in terms of security and features.

This package includes the core files necessary for both the OpenSSH
client and server. To make this package useful, you should also
install openssh-clients, openssh-server, or both.

Update Information:

Security fix for [PUT CVEs HERE]

* Wed Sep 29 2021 Dmitry Belyavskiy  - 8.6p1-5
- CVE-2021-41617 fix (#2008292)
* Mon Jun 21 2021 Dmitry Belyavskiy  - 8.6p1-4
- restore the blocking mode on standard output (#1942901) - upstream

  [ 1 ] Bug #2008291 - CVE-2021-41617 openssh: privilege escalation when AuthorizedKeysCommand/AuthorizedPrincipalsCommand are configured

This update can be installed with the "dnf" update program. Use
su -c 'dnf upgrade --advisory FEDORA-2021-1f7339271d' at the command
line. For more information, refer to the dnf documentation available at

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