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    SUSE: 2021:20-1 suse/sle15 Security Update

    Date 08 Jan 2021
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    The container suse/sle15 was updated. The following patches have been included in this update:
    SUSE Container Update Advisory: suse/sle15
    Container Advisory ID : SUSE-CU-2021:20-1
    Container Tags        : suse/sle15:15.3 , suse/sle15:
    Container Release     : 13.2.50
    Severity              : important
    Type                  : security
    References            : 1084671 1169006 1174942 1175514 1175623 1178346 1178554 1178823
                            1178825 1179398 1179399 1179491 1179593 1180138 CVE-2020-1971
                            CVE-2020-8284 CVE-2020-8285 CVE-2020-8286 
    The container suse/sle15 was updated. The following patches have been included in this update:
    Advisory ID: SUSE-SU-2020:3721-1
    Released:    Wed Dec  9 13:36:46 2020
    Summary:     Security update for openssl-1_1
    Type:        security
    Severity:    important
    References:  1179491,CVE-2020-1971
    This update for openssl-1_1 fixes the following issues:
    - CVE-2020-1971: Fixed a null pointer dereference in EDIPARTYNAME (bsc#1179491).
    Advisory ID: SUSE-SU-2020:3735-1
    Released:    Wed Dec  9 18:19:24 2020
    Summary:     Security update for curl
    Type:        security
    Severity:    moderate
    References:  1179398,1179399,1179593,CVE-2020-8284,CVE-2020-8285,CVE-2020-8286
    This update for curl fixes the following issues:
    - CVE-2020-8286: Fixed improper OSCP verification in the client side (bsc#1179593). 
    - CVE-2020-8285: Fixed a stack overflow due to FTP wildcard (bsc#1179399).
    - CVE-2020-8284: Fixed an issue where a malicius FTP server could make curl connect to a different IP (bsc#1179398).	  
    Advisory ID: SUSE-RU-2020:3809-1
    Released:    Tue Dec 15 13:46:05 2020
    Summary:     Recommended update for glib2
    Type:        recommended
    Severity:    moderate
    References:  1178346
    This update for glib2 fixes the following issues:
    Update from version 2.62.5 to version 2.62.6:
    - Support for slim format of timezone. (bsc#1178346)
    - Fix DST incorrect end day when using slim format. (bsc#1178346)
    - Fix SOCKS5 username/password authentication.
    - Updated translations.
    Advisory ID: SUSE-RU-2020:3853-1
    Released:    Wed Dec 16 12:27:27 2020
    Summary:     Recommended update for util-linux
    Type:        recommended
    Severity:    moderate
    References:  1084671,1169006,1174942,1175514,1175623,1178554,1178825
    This update for util-linux fixes the following issue:
    - Do not trigger the automatic close of CDROM. (bsc#1084671)
    - Try to automatically configure broken serial lines. (bsc#1175514)
    - Avoid `sulogin` failing on not existing or not functional console devices. (bsc#1175514)
    - Build with `libudev` support to support non-root users. (bsc#1169006)
    - Avoid memory errors on PowerPC systems with valid hardware configurations. (bsc#1175623, bsc#1178554, bsc#1178825)
    - Fix warning on mounts to `CIFS` with mount –a. (bsc#1174942)
    Advisory ID: SUSE-RU-2020:3942-1
    Released:    Tue Dec 29 12:22:01 2020
    Summary:     Recommended update for libidn2
    Type:        recommended
    Severity:    moderate
    References:  1180138
    This update for libidn2 fixes the following issues:
    - The library is actually dual licensed, GPL-2.0-or-later or LGPL-3.0-or-later,
      adjusted the RPM license tags (bsc#1180138)
    Advisory ID: SUSE-RU-2020:3943-1
    Released:    Tue Dec 29 12:24:45 2020
    Summary:     Recommended update for libxml2
    Type:        recommended
    Severity:    moderate
    References:  1178823
    This update for libxml2 fixes the following issues:
    Avoid quadratic checking of identity-constraints, speeding up XML validation (bsc#1178823)
    * key/unique/keyref schema attributes currently use quadratic loops
      to check their various constraints (that keys are unique and that
      keyrefs refer to existing keys).
    * This fix uses a hash table to avoid the quadratic behaviour.


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