SUSE Container Update Advisory: suse/sle-micro/5.1/toolbox
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Container Advisory ID : SUSE-CU-2023:3683-1
Container Tags        : suse/sle-micro/5.1/toolbox:12.1 , suse/sle-micro/5.1/toolbox:12.1-2.2.487 , suse/sle-micro/5.1/toolbox:latest
Container Release     : 2.2.487
Severity              : important
Type                  : security
References            : 1196647 1206480 1206684 1210557 1211427 1212101 1213915 1214052
                        1214460 1215215 1216123 1216174 1216378 CVE-2023-4039 CVE-2023-44487
                        CVE-2023-45853 
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The container suse/sle-micro/5.1/toolbox was updated. The following patches have been included in this update:

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Advisory ID: SUSE-SU-2023:4162-1
Released:    Mon Oct 23 15:33:03 2023
Summary:     Security update for gcc13
Type:        security
Severity:    important
References:  1206480,1206684,1210557,1211427,1212101,1213915,1214052,1214460,CVE-2023-4039
This update for gcc13 fixes the following issues:

This update ship the GCC 13.2 compiler suite and its base libraries.

The compiler base libraries are provided for all SUSE Linux Enterprise 15
versions and replace the same named GCC 12 ones.

The new compilers for C, C++, and Fortran are provided for SUSE Linux
Enterprise 15 SP4 and SP5, and provided in the 'Development Tools' module.

The Go, D, Ada and Modula 2 language compiler parts are available
unsupported via the PackageHub repositories.

To use gcc13 compilers use:

- install 'gcc13' or 'gcc13-c++' or one of the other 'gcc13-COMPILER' frontend packages.
- override your Makefile to use CC=gcc13, CXX=g++13 and similar overrides for the other languages.

For a full changelog with all new GCC13 features, check out

        https://gcc.gnu.org/gcc-13/changes.html


Detailed changes:


* CVE-2023-4039: Fixed -fstack-protector issues on aarch64 with variable
  length stack allocations.  (bsc#1214052)

- Turn cross compiler to s390x to a glibc cross. [bsc#1214460]

- Also handle -static-pie in the default-PIE specs
- Fixed missed optimization in Skia resulting in Firefox crashes when
  building with LTO.  [bsc#1212101]
- Make libstdc++6-devel packages own their directories since they
  can be installed standalone.  [bsc#1211427]
- Add new x86-related intrinsics (amxcomplexintrin.h).
- RISC-V: Add support for inlining subword atomic operations
- Use --enable-link-serialization rather that --enable-link-mutex,
  the benefit of the former one is that the linker jobs are not
  holding tokens of the make's jobserver.
- Add cross-bpf packages.  See https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/BPFBackEnd
  for the general state of BPF with GCC.
- Add bootstrap conditional to allow --without=bootstrap to be
  specified to speed up local builds for testing.
- Bump included newlib to version 4.3.0. 
- Also package libhwasan_preinit.o on aarch64.
- Configure external timezone database provided by the timezone
  package.  Make libstdc++6 recommend timezone to get a fully
  working std::chrono.  Install timezone when running the testsuite.
- Package libhwasan_preinit.o on x86_64.
- Fixed unwinding on aarch64 with pointer signing.  [bsc#1206684]
- Enable PRU flavour for gcc13
- update floatn fixinclude pickup to check each header separately (bsc#1206480)
- Redo floatn fixinclude pick-up to simply keep what is there. 
- Bump libgo SONAME to libgo22.
- Do not package libhwasan for biarch (32-bit architecture)
  as the extension depends on 64-bit pointers.
- Adjust floatn fixincludes guard to work with SLE12 and earlier
  SLE15.
- Depend on at least LLVM 13 for GCN cross compiler.
- Update embedded newlib to version 4.2.0
- Allow cross-pru-gcc12-bootstrap for armv7l architecture.
  PRU architecture is used for real-time MCUs embedded into TI
  armv7l and aarch64 SoCs. We need to have cross-pru-gcc12 for
  armv7l in order to build both host applications and PRU firmware
  during the same build.

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Advisory ID: SUSE-SU-2023:4200-1
Released:    Wed Oct 25 12:04:29 2023
Summary:     Security update for nghttp2
Type:        security
Severity:    important
References:  1216123,1216174,CVE-2023-44487
This update for nghttp2 fixes the following issues:

- CVE-2023-44487: Fixed HTTP/2 Rapid Reset attack. (bsc#1216174)

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Advisory ID: SUSE-SU-2023:4217-1
Released:    Thu Oct 26 12:20:27 2023
Summary:     Security update for zlib
Type:        security
Severity:    moderate
References:  1216378,CVE-2023-45853
This update for zlib fixes the following issues:

- CVE-2023-45853: Fixed an integer overflow that would lead to a
  buffer overflow in the minizip subcomponent (bsc#1216378).

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Advisory ID: SUSE-RU-2023:4226-1
Released:    Fri Oct 27 11:14:10 2023
Summary:     Recommended update for openssl-1_1
Type:        recommended
Severity:    moderate
References:  1215215
This update for openssl-1_1 fixes the following issues:

- Displays 'fips' in the version string (bsc#1215215)

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Advisory ID: SUSE-RU-2023:4310-1
Released:    Tue Oct 31 14:10:47 2023
Summary:     Recommended update for libtirpc
Type:        recommended
Severity:    moderate
References:  1196647
This Update for libtirpc to 1.3.4, fixing the following issues:
    
Update to 1.3.4 (bsc#1199467)

 * binddynport.c honor ip_local_reserved_ports
   - replaces: binddynport-honor-ip_local_reserved_ports.patch
 * gss-api: expose gss major/minor error in authgss_refresh()
 * rpcb_clnt.c: Eliminate double frees in delete_cache()
 * rpcb_clnt.c: memory leak in destroy_addr
 * portmapper: allow TCP-only portmapper
 * getnetconfigent: avoid potential DoS issue by removing unnecessary sleep
 * clnt_raw.c: fix a possible null pointer dereference
 * bindresvport.c: fix a potential resource leakage

Update to 1.3.3:

* Fix DoS vulnerability in libtirpc
  - replaces: 0001-Fix-DoS-vulnerability-in-libtirpc.patch
* _rpc_dtablesize: use portable system call
* libtirpc: Fix use-after-free accessing the error number
* Fix potential memory leak of parms.r_addr
  - replaces 0001-fix-parms.r_addr-memory-leak.patch
* rpcb_clnt.c add mechanism to try v2 protocol first
  - preplaces: 0001-rpcb_clnt.c-config-to-try-protocolversion-2-first.patch
* Eliminate deadlocks in connects with an MT environment
* clnt_dg_freeres() uncleared set active state may deadlock
* thread safe clnt destruction
* SUNRPC: mutexed access blacklist_read state variable
* SUNRPC: MT-safe overhaul of address cache management in rpcb_clnt.c

Update to 1.3.2:

* Replace the final SunRPC licenses with BSD licenses
* blacklist: Add a few more well known ports
* libtirpc: disallow calling auth_refresh from clnt_call with RPCSEC_GSS

Update to 1.3.1:

* Remove AUTH_DES interfaces from auth_des.h
  The unsupported  AUTH_DES authentication has be
  compiled out since commit d918e41d889 (Wed Oct 9 2019)
  replaced by API routines that return errors.
* svc_dg: Free xp_netid during destroy
* Fix memory management issues of fd locks
* libtirpc: replace array with list for per-fd locks
* __svc_vc_dodestroy: fix double free of xp_ltaddr.buf
* __rpc_dtbsize: rlim_cur instead of rlim_max
* pkg-config: use the correct replacements for libdir/includedir


The following package changes have been done:

- libgcc_s1-13.2.1+git7813-150000.1.3.3 updated
- libnghttp2-14-1.40.0-150200.12.1 updated
- libopenssl1_1-hmac-1.1.1d-150200.11.79.1 updated
- libopenssl1_1-1.1.1d-150200.11.79.1 updated
- libstdc++6-13.2.1+git7813-150000.1.3.3 updated
- libtirpc-netconfig-1.3.4-150300.3.20.1 updated
- libtirpc3-1.3.4-150300.3.20.1 updated
- libz1-1.2.11-150000.3.48.1 updated
- openssl-1_1-1.1.1d-150200.11.79.1 updated
- container:sles15-image-15.0.0-17.20.207 updated

SUSE: 2023:3683-1 suse/sle-micro/5.1/toolbox Security Update

November 2, 2023
The container suse/sle-micro/5.1/toolbox was updated

Summary

Advisory ID: SUSE-SU-2023:4162-1 Released: Mon Oct 23 15:33:03 2023 Summary: Security update for gcc13 Type: security Severity: important Advisory ID: SUSE-SU-2023:4200-1 Released: Wed Oct 25 12:04:29 2023 Summary: Security update for nghttp2 Type: security Severity: important Advisory ID: SUSE-SU-2023:4217-1 Released: Thu Oct 26 12:20:27 2023 Summary: Security update for zlib Type: security Severity: moderate Advisory ID: SUSE-RU-2023:4226-1 Released: Fri Oct 27 11:14:10 2023 Summary: Recommended update for openssl-1_1 Type: recommended Severity: moderate Advisory ID: SUSE-RU-2023:4310-1 Released: Tue Oct 31 14:10:47 2023 Summary: Recommended update for libtirpc Type: recommended Severity: moderate

References

References : 1196647 1206480 1206684 1210557 1211427 1212101 1213915 1214052

1214460 1215215 1216123 1216174 1216378 CVE-2023-4039 CVE-2023-44487

CVE-2023-45853

1206480,1206684,1210557,1211427,1212101,1213915,1214052,1214460,CVE-2023-4039

This update for gcc13 fixes the following issues:

This update ship the GCC 13.2 compiler suite and its base libraries.

The compiler base libraries are provided for all SUSE Linux Enterprise 15

versions and replace the same named GCC 12 ones.

The new compilers for C, C++, and Fortran are provided for SUSE Linux

Enterprise 15 SP4 and SP5, and provided in the 'Development Tools' module.

The Go, D, Ada and Modula 2 language compiler parts are available

unsupported via the PackageHub repositories.

To use gcc13 compilers use:

- install 'gcc13' or 'gcc13-c++' or one of the other 'gcc13-COMPILER' frontend packages.

- override your Makefile to use CC=gcc13, CXX=g++13 and similar overrides for the other languages.

For a full changelog with all new GCC13 features, check out

https://gcc.gnu.org/gcc-13/changes.html

Detailed changes:

* CVE-2023-4039: Fixed -fstack-protector issues on aarch64 with variable

length stack allocations. (bsc#1214052)

- Turn cross compiler to s390x to a glibc cross. [bsc#1214460]

- Also handle -static-pie in the default-PIE specs

- Fixed missed optimization in Skia resulting in Firefox crashes when

building with LTO. [bsc#1212101]

- Make libstdc++6-devel packages own their directories since they

can be installed standalone. [bsc#1211427]

- Add new x86-related intrinsics (amxcomplexintrin.h).

- RISC-V: Add support for inlining subword atomic operations

- Use --enable-link-serialization rather that --enable-link-mutex,

the benefit of the former one is that the linker jobs are not

holding tokens of the make's jobserver.

- Add cross-bpf packages. See https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/BPFBackEnd

for the general state of BPF with GCC.

- Add bootstrap conditional to allow --without=bootstrap to be

specified to speed up local builds for testing.

- Bump included newlib to version 4.3.0.

- Also package libhwasan_preinit.o on aarch64.

- Configure external timezone database provided by the timezone

package. Make libstdc++6 recommend timezone to get a fully

working std::chrono. Install timezone when running the testsuite.

- Package libhwasan_preinit.o on x86_64.

- Fixed unwinding on aarch64 with pointer signing. [bsc#1206684]

- Enable PRU flavour for gcc13

- update floatn fixinclude pickup to check each header separately (bsc#1206480)

- Redo floatn fixinclude pick-up to simply keep what is there.

- Bump libgo SONAME to libgo22.

- Do not package libhwasan for biarch (32-bit architecture)

as the extension depends on 64-bit pointers.

- Adjust floatn fixincludes guard to work with SLE12 and earlier

SLE15.

- Depend on at least LLVM 13 for GCN cross compiler.

- Update embedded newlib to version 4.2.0

- Allow cross-pru-gcc12-bootstrap for armv7l architecture.

PRU architecture is used for real-time MCUs embedded into TI

armv7l and aarch64 SoCs. We need to have cross-pru-gcc12 for

armv7l in order to build both host applications and PRU firmware

during the same build.

1216123,1216174,CVE-2023-44487

This update for nghttp2 fixes the following issues:

- CVE-2023-44487: Fixed HTTP/2 Rapid Reset attack. (bsc#1216174)

1216378,CVE-2023-45853

This update for zlib fixes the following issues:

- CVE-2023-45853: Fixed an integer overflow that would lead to a

buffer overflow in the minizip subcomponent (bsc#1216378).

1215215

This update for openssl-1_1 fixes the following issues:

- Displays 'fips' in the version string (bsc#1215215)

1196647

This Update for libtirpc to 1.3.4, fixing the following issues:

Update to 1.3.4 (bsc#1199467)

* binddynport.c honor ip_local_reserved_ports

- replaces: binddynport-honor-ip_local_reserved_ports.patch

* gss-api: expose gss major/minor error in authgss_refresh()

* rpcb_clnt.c: Eliminate double frees in delete_cache()

* rpcb_clnt.c: memory leak in destroy_addr

* portmapper: allow TCP-only portmapper

* getnetconfigent: avoid potential DoS issue by removing unnecessary sleep

* clnt_raw.c: fix a possible null pointer dereference

* bindresvport.c: fix a potential resource leakage

Update to 1.3.3:

* Fix DoS vulnerability in libtirpc

- replaces: 0001-Fix-DoS-vulnerability-in-libtirpc.patch

* _rpc_dtablesize: use portable system call

* libtirpc: Fix use-after-free accessing the error number

* Fix potential memory leak of parms.r_addr

- replaces 0001-fix-parms.r_addr-memory-leak.patch

* rpcb_clnt.c add mechanism to try v2 protocol first

- preplaces: 0001-rpcb_clnt.c-config-to-try-protocolversion-2-first.patch

* Eliminate deadlocks in connects with an MT environment

* clnt_dg_freeres() uncleared set active state may deadlock

* thread safe clnt destruction

* SUNRPC: mutexed access blacklist_read state variable

* SUNRPC: MT-safe overhaul of address cache management in rpcb_clnt.c

Update to 1.3.2:

* Replace the final SunRPC licenses with BSD licenses

* blacklist: Add a few more well known ports

* libtirpc: disallow calling auth_refresh from clnt_call with RPCSEC_GSS

Update to 1.3.1:

* Remove AUTH_DES interfaces from auth_des.h

The unsupported AUTH_DES authentication has be

compiled out since commit d918e41d889 (Wed Oct 9 2019)

replaced by API routines that return errors.

* svc_dg: Free xp_netid during destroy

* Fix memory management issues of fd locks

* libtirpc: replace array with list for per-fd locks

* __svc_vc_dodestroy: fix double free of xp_ltaddr.buf

* __rpc_dtbsize: rlim_cur instead of rlim_max

* pkg-config: use the correct replacements for libdir/includedir

The following package changes have been done:

- libgcc_s1-13.2.1+git7813-150000.1.3.3 updated

- libnghttp2-14-1.40.0-150200.12.1 updated

- libopenssl1_1-hmac-1.1.1d-150200.11.79.1 updated

- libopenssl1_1-1.1.1d-150200.11.79.1 updated

- libstdc++6-13.2.1+git7813-150000.1.3.3 updated

- libtirpc-netconfig-1.3.4-150300.3.20.1 updated

- libtirpc3-1.3.4-150300.3.20.1 updated

- libz1-1.2.11-150000.3.48.1 updated

- openssl-1_1-1.1.1d-150200.11.79.1 updated

- container:sles15-image-15.0.0-17.20.207 updated

Severity
Container Advisory ID : SUSE-CU-2023:3683-1
Container Tags : suse/sle-micro/5.1/toolbox:12.1 , suse/sle-micro/5.1/toolbox:12.1-2.2.487 , suse/sle-micro/5.1/toolbox:latest
Container Release : 2.2.487
Severity : important
Type : security

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