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    SUSE: 2020:709-1 ses/7/rook/ceph Security Update

    Date 25 Nov 2020
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    SUSE Container Update Advisory: ses/7/rook/ceph
    Container Advisory ID : SUSE-CU-2020:709-1
    Container Tags        : ses/7/rook/ceph:1.4.7 , ses/7/rook/ceph: , ses/7/rook/ceph: , ses/7/rook/ceph:latest , ses/7/rook/ceph:sle15.2.octopus
    Container Release     : 1.1378
    Severity              : important
    Type                  : security
    References            : 1160790 1161088 1161089 1161670 1174232 1174593 1176116 1176256
                            1176257 1176258 1176259 1177458 1177490 1177510 1177699 1177858
                            1177864 1177939 1178387 1178512 1178727 CVE-2019-16785 CVE-2019-16786
                            CVE-2019-16789 CVE-2019-16792 CVE-2020-15166 CVE-2020-25692 CVE-2020-28196
    The container ses/7/rook/ceph was updated. The following patches have been included in this update:
    Advisory ID: SUSE-RU-2020:3157-1
    Released:    Wed Nov  4 15:37:05 2020
    Summary:     Recommended update for ca-certificates-mozilla
    Type:        recommended
    Severity:    moderate
    References:  1177864
    This update for ca-certificates-mozilla fixes the following issues:
    The SSL Root CA store was updated to the 2.44 state of the Mozilla NSS Certificate store (bsc#1177864)
    - Removed CAs:
      - EE Certification Centre Root CA
      - Taiwan GRCA
    - Added CAs:
      - Trustwave Global Certification Authority
      - Trustwave Global ECC P256 Certification Authority
      - Trustwave Global ECC P384 Certification Authority
    Advisory ID: SUSE-SU-2020:3264-1
    Released:    Tue Nov 10 09:50:29 2020
    Summary:     Security update for zeromq
    Type:        security
    Severity:    moderate
    References:  1176116,1176256,1176257,1176258,1176259,CVE-2020-15166
    This update for zeromq fixes the following issues:
    - CVE-2020-15166: Fixed the possibility of unauthenticated clients causing a denial-of-service (bsc#1176116).
    - Fixed a heap overflow when receiving malformed ZMTP v1 packets (bsc#1176256)
    - Fixed a memory leak in client induced by malicious server(s) without CURVE/ZAP (bsc#1176257)
    - Fixed memory leak when processing PUB messages with metadata (bsc#1176259)
    - Fixed a stack overflow in PUB/XPUB subscription store (bsc#1176258)
    Advisory ID: SUSE-SU-2020:3269-1
    Released:    Tue Nov 10 15:57:24 2020
    Summary:     Security update for python-waitress
    Type:        security
    Severity:    moderate
    References:  1160790,1161088,1161089,1161670,CVE-2019-16785,CVE-2019-16786,CVE-2019-16789,CVE-2019-16792
    This update for python-waitress to 1.4.3 fixes the following security issues:
    - CVE-2019-16785: HTTP request smuggling through LF vs CRLF handling (bsc#1161088).
    - CVE-2019-16786: HTTP request smuggling through invalid Transfer-Encoding (bsc#1161089).
    - CVE-2019-16789: HTTP request smuggling through invalid whitespace characters (bsc#1160790).
    - CVE-2019-16792: HTTP request smuggling by sending the Content-Length header twice (bsc#1161670).
    Advisory ID: SUSE-RU-2020:3290-1
    Released:    Wed Nov 11 12:25:32 2020
    Summary:     Recommended update for findutils
    Type:        recommended
    Severity:    moderate
    References:  1174232
    This update for findutils fixes the following issues:
    - Do not unconditionally use leaf optimization for NFS. (bsc#1174232)
      NFS st_nlink are not accurate on all implementations, leading to aborts() if that assumption is made.
    Advisory ID: SUSE-RU-2020:3301-1
    Released:    Thu Nov 12 13:51:02 2020
    Summary:     Recommended update for openssh
    Type:        recommended
    Severity:    moderate
    References:  1177939
    This update for openssh fixes the following issues:
    - Ensure that only approved DH parameters are used in FIPS mode, to meet NIST 800-56arev3 restrictions. (bsc#1177939).
    Advisory ID: SUSE-RU-2020:3307-1
    Released:    Thu Nov 12 14:17:55 2020
    Summary:     Recommended update for rdma-core
    Type:        recommended
    Severity:    moderate
    References:  1177699
    This update for rdma-core fixes the following issue:
    - Move rxe_cfg to libibverbs-utils. (bsc#1177699)
    Advisory ID: SUSE-SU-2020:3313-1
    Released:    Thu Nov 12 16:07:37 2020
    Summary:     Security update for openldap2
    Type:        security
    Severity:    important
    References:  1178387,CVE-2020-25692
    This update for openldap2 fixes the following issues:
    - CVE-2020-25692: Fixed an unauthenticated remote denial of service due to incorrect validation of modrdn equality rules (bsc#1178387).
    Advisory ID: SUSE-SU-2020:3377-1
    Released:    Thu Nov 19 09:29:32 2020
    Summary:     Security update for krb5
    Type:        security
    Severity:    moderate
    References:  1178512,CVE-2020-28196
    This update for krb5 fixes the following security issue:
    - CVE-2020-28196: Fixed an unbounded recursion via an ASN.1-encoded Kerberos message (bsc#1178512).
    Advisory ID: SUSE-RU-2020:3381-1
    Released:    Thu Nov 19 10:53:38 2020
    Summary:     Recommended update for systemd
    Type:        recommended
    Severity:    moderate
    References:  1177458,1177490,1177510
    This update for systemd fixes the following issues:
    - build-sys: optionally disable support of journal over the network (bsc#1177458)
    - ask-password: prevent buffer overflow when reading from keyring (bsc#1177510)
    - mount: don't propagate errors from mount_setup_unit() further up
    - Rely on the new build option --disable-remote for journal_remote
      This allows to drop the workaround that consisted in cleaning journal-upload files and
      {sysusers.d,tmpfiles.d}/systemd-remote.conf manually when 'journal_remote' support was disabled.
    - Move journal-{remote,upload}.conf.5.gz man pages into systemd-journal_remote sub package 
    - Make sure {sysusers.d,tmpfiles.d}/systemd-remote.conf are not shipped with --without=journal_remote (bsc#1177458)
      These files were incorrectly packaged in the main package when systemd-journal_remote was disabled.
    - Make use of %{_unitdir} and %{_sysusersdir}
    - Remove mq-deadline selection from 60-io-scheduler.rules (bsc#1177490)
    Advisory ID: SUSE-RU-2020:3462-1
    Released:    Fri Nov 20 13:14:35 2020
    Summary:     Recommended update for pam and sudo
    Type:        recommended
    Severity:    moderate
    References:  1174593,1177858,1178727
    This update for pam and sudo fixes the following issue:
    - pam_xauth: do not *free* a string which has been successfully passed to *putenv*. (bsc#1177858)
    - Initialize the local variable *daysleft* to avoid a misleading warning for password expire days. (bsc#1178727)
    - Run /usr/bin/xauth using the old user's and group's identifiers. (bsc#1174593)
    - Fix a problem with pam_xauth which checks effective and real uids to get the real identity of the user. (bsc#1174593)
    Advisory ID: SUSE-RU-2020:3510-1
    Released:    Wed Nov 25 07:38:02 2020
    Summary:     Recommended update for rook
    Type:        recommended
    Severity:    moderate
    This update for rook fixes the following issues:
    rook was updated to v1.4.7
    * Ceph
        * Log warning about v14.2.13 being an unsupported Ceph version due to
          errors creating new OSDs (#6545)
        * Disaster recovery guide for PVCs (#6452)
        * Set the deviceClass for OSDs in non-PVC clusters (#6545)
        * External cluster script to fail if prometheus port is not default (#6504)
        * Remove the osd pvc from the osd purge job (#6533)
        * External cluster script added additional checks for monitoring
          endpoint (#6473)
        * Ignore Ceph health error MDS_ALL_DOWN during reconciliation (#6494)
        * Add optional labels to mon pods (#6515)
        * Assert type for logging errors before using it (#6503)
        * Check for orphaned mon resources with every reconcile (#6493)
        * Update the mon PDBs if the maxUnavailable changed (#6469)
    * NFS
        * Update documentation and examples (#6455)


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