Mageia Essential and Critical Security Patch Updates

Mageia 2024-0226: iperf Security Advisory Updates

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iPerf3 before 3.17, when used with OpenSSL before 3.2.0 as a server with RSA authentication, allows a timing side channel in RSA decryption operations. This side channel could be sufficient for an attacker to recover credential plaintext. It requires the attacker to send a large number of messages for decryption, as described in "Everlasting ROBOT:

Mageia 2024-0224: atril Security Advisory Updates

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Atril Document Viewer is the default document reader of the MATE desktop environment for Linux. A path traversal and arbitrary file write vulnerability exists in versions of Atril prior to 1.26.2. This vulnerability is capable of writing arbitrary files anywhere on the filesystem to which the user opening a crafted document has access. The

Mageia 2024-0223: nano Security Advisory Updates

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A vulnerability was found in GNU Nano that allows a possible privilege escalation through an insecure temporary file. If Nano is killed while editing, a file it saves to an emergency file with the permissions of the running user provides a window of opportunity for attackers to escalate privileges through a malicious symlink. (CVE-2024-5742)

Mageia 2024-0221: libvpx Security Advisory Updates

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There exists integer overflows in libvpx in versions prior to 1.14.1. Calling vpx_img_alloc() with a large value of the d_w, d_h, or align parameter may result in integer overflows in the calculations of buffer sizes and offsets and some fields of the returned vpx_image_t struct may be invalid. Calling vpx_img_wrap() with a large value of the d_w, d_h,

Mageia 2024-0220: aom Security Advisory Updates

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Integer overflow in libaom internal function img_alloc_helper can lead to heap buffer overflow. This function can be reached via 3 callers: * Calling aom_img_alloc() with a large value of the d_w, d_h, or align parameter may result in integer overflows in the calculations of buffer sizes and offsets and some fields of the returned aom_image_t struct may

Mageia 2024-0217: golang Security Advisory Updates

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The archive/zip package's handling of certain types of invalid zip files differs from the behavior of most zip implementations. This misalignment could be exploited to create an zip file with contents that vary depending on the implementation reading the file. The archive/zip package now rejects files containing these errors. (CVE-2024-24789)

Mageia 2024-0207: microcode Security Advisory Updates

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The updated package fixes security vulnerabilities: Hardware logic contains race conditions in some Intel(R) Processors may allow an authenticated user to potentially enable partial information disclosure via local access. (CVE-2023-45733) Sequence of processor instructions leads to unexpected behavior in

Mageia 2024-0206: wireshark Security Advisory Updates

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Memory handling issue in editcap could cause denial of service via crafted capture file. (CVE-2024-4853) MONGO and ZigBee TLV dissector infinite loops in Wireshark 4.2.0 to 4.2.4, 4.0.0 to 4.0.14, and 3.6.0 to 3.6.22 allow denial of service via packet injection or crafted capture file. (CVE-2024-4854)