Security updates for Monday

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Arch Linux has updated chromium (multiple vulnerabilities) and libtasn1 (denial of service).

Debian has updated fuseiso (two vulnerabilities), openssh (privilege escalation), and tomcat7 (multiple vulnerabilities).

Fedora has updated firefox (F23:
multiple vulnerabilities) and xerces-c
(F22: code execution).

openSUSE has updated Chromium (Leap42.1; 13.1: multiple vulnerabilities), gcc5 (Leap42.1: predictable random values), krb5 (Leap42.1: null pointer dereference), mercurial (Leap42.1: three vulnerabilities),
optipng (Leap42.1; 13.2: three vulnerabilities), perl-YAML-LibYAML (Leap42.1: three
vulnerabilities, one from 2013), samba
(13.2: multiple vulnerabilities), and tiff
(13.2: denial of service).

Red Hat has updated chromium-browser (RHEL6: multiple vulnerabilities).

Slackware has updated thunderbird (multiple vulnerabilities) and samba (multiple vulnerabilities).

SUSE has updated Chromium
(SPH for SLE12: multiple vulnerabilities) and openssl (SOSC5&SM2.1: multiple vulnerabilities).

Ubuntu has updated optipng (multiple vulnerabilities) and samba (multiple vulnerabilities).