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Mageia 2021-0306: thunar security update


An issue was discovered in Thunar before 4.16.7 and 4.17.x before 4.17.2. When called with a regular file as a command-line argument, it delegates to a different program (based on the file type) without user confirmation. This could be used to achieve code execution (CVE-2021-32563).

Mageia 2021-0305: p7zip security update


In p7zip-17.03, the function NCompress::CCopyCoder::Code in CPP/7zip/Common/StreamObjects.cpp will call outStream->Write where a memcpy uses a NULL pointer as destination address, leading to a crash (CVE-2021-3465). Null pointer dereference in function Reserve() found in p7zip 16.02

Mageia 2021-0304: systemd security update


A flaw was found in systemd, where it mishandles numerical usernames beginning with decimal digits, or "0x" followed by hexadecimal digits. When the usernames are used by systemd, for example in service units, an unexpected user may be used instead. In some particular configurations, this flaw allows local attackers to elevate their privileges (CVE-2020-13776).

Mageia 2021-0302: openvpn security update


OpenVPN 2.5.1 and earlier versions allows a remote attackers to bypass authentication and access control channel data on servers configured with deferred authentication, which can be used to potentially trigger further information leaks (CVE-2020-15078).

Mageia 2021-0301: nginx security update


A flaw was found in nginx. An off-by-one error while processing DNS responses allows a network attacker to write a dot character out of bounds in a heap allocated buffer which can allow overwriting the least significant byte of next heap chunk metadata likely leading to a remote code execution in certain circumstances. The highest threat from this vulnerability is to data

Mageia 2021-0300: nettle security update


Remote crash in RSA decryption via manipulated ciphertext (CVE-2021-3580). A flaw was found in Nettle in versions before 3.7.2, where several Nettle signature verification functions (GOST DSA, EDDSA & ECDSA) result in the Elliptic Curve Cryptography point (ECC) multiply function being called with

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