SUSE: 2019:14016-1 moderate: openssh

    Date 11 Apr 2019
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    An update that solves two vulnerabilities and has four fixes is now available.
       SUSE Security Update: Security update for openssh
    Announcement ID:    SUSE-SU-2019:14016-1
    Rating:             moderate
    References:         #1090671 #1115550 #1119183 #1121816 #1121821 
    Cross-References:   CVE-2019-6109 CVE-2019-6111
    Affected Products:
                        SUSE Linux Enterprise Point of Sale 11-SP3
                        SUSE Linux Enterprise Debuginfo 11-SP3
       An update that solves two vulnerabilities and has four
       fixes is now available.
       This update for openssh fixes the following issues:
       Security vulnerabilities addressed:
       - CVE-2019-6109: Fixed an character encoding issue in the progress display
         of the scp client that could be used to manipulate client output,
         allowing for spoofing during file transfers (bsc#1121816).
       - CVE-2019-6111: Properly validate object names received by the scp client
         to prevent arbitrary file overwrites when interacting with a malicious
         SSH server (bsc#1121821).
       Other issues fixed:
       - Fixed two race conditions in sshd relating to SIGHUP (bsc#1119183).
       - Returned proper reason for port forwarding failures (bsc#1090671).
       - Fixed SSHD termination of multichannel sessions with non-root users
    Patch Instructions:
       To install this SUSE Security Update use the SUSE recommended installation methods
       like YaST online_update or "zypper patch".
       Alternatively you can run the command listed for your product:
       - SUSE Linux Enterprise Point of Sale 11-SP3:
          zypper in -t patch sleposp3-openssh-14016=1
       - SUSE Linux Enterprise Debuginfo 11-SP3:
          zypper in -t patch dbgsp3-openssh-14016=1
    Package List:
       - SUSE Linux Enterprise Point of Sale 11-SP3 (i586):
       - SUSE Linux Enterprise Debuginfo 11-SP3 (i586 s390x x86_64):
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