Tag Archives: Debian

Security updates for Wednesday

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Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (kernel, linux-hardened, and linux-zen), CentOS (wpa_supplicant), Debian (xorg-server), Fedora (selinux-policy), Gentoo (libarchive, nagios-core, ruby, and xen), openSUSE (wpa_supplicant), Oracle (wpa_supplicant), Red Hat (Red Hat Single Sign-On, rh-nodejs6-nodejs, rh-sso7-keycloak, and wpa_supplicant), Scientific Linux (wpa_supplicant), SUSE (git, wpa_supplicant, and xen), and Ubuntu (xorg-server, xorg-server-hwe-16.04, xorg-server-lts-xenial).

Security updates for Tuesday

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Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (flashplugin, hostapd, lib32-flashplugin, and wpa_supplicant), Debian (sdl-image1.2), Fedora (curl, openvswitch, weechat, and wpa_supplicant), openSUSE (GraphicsMagick, kernel, mbedtls, and wireshark), Red Hat (flash-plugin), and Ubuntu (wpa).

Security updates for Thursday

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Security updates have been issued by CentOS (httpd and thunderbird), Debian (nss), Fedora (git), openSUSE (krb5, libvirt, samba, and thunderbird), Oracle (httpd and thunderbird), Red Hat (httpd, rh-mysql57-mysql, and thunderbird), Scientific Linux (httpd and thunderbird), and Ubuntu (ceph).

Security updates for Wednesday

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Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (lame, salt, and xorg-server), Debian (ffmpeg, imagemagick, libxfont, wordpress, and xen), Fedora (ImageMagick, rubygem-rmagick, and tor), Oracle (kernel), SUSE (kernel, SLES 12 Docker image, SLES 12-SP1 Docker image, and SLES 12-SP2 Docker image), and Ubuntu (curl, glance, horizon, kernel, keystone, libxfont, libxfont1, libxfont2, libxml2, linux, linux-aws, linux-gke, linux-kvm, linux-raspi2, linux-snapdragon, linux, linux-raspi2, linux-gcp, linux-hwe, linux-lts-xenial, nova, openvswitch, swift, and thunderbird).

Security updates for Monday

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Security updates have been issued by CentOS (kernel and postgresql), Debian (botan1.10, curl, dnsmasq, libxfont, nautilus, qemu, qemu-kvm, sam2p, and tor), Fedora (dnsmasq, libmspack, and samba), Gentoo (file, icu, libpcre2, munin, ocaml, pacemaker, postgresql, rubygems, and sudo), Mageia (clamav, dnsmasq, flightgear, libidn, and x11-server), openSUSE (libvirt), Oracle (kernel), SUSE (portus), and Ubuntu (poppler).

Debian 9.2 released

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The Debian 9.2 point release is available; it includes fixes for a long
list of problems. “As a special case for this point release, those
using the ‘apt-get’ tool to perform the upgrade will need to ensure that
the ‘dist-upgrade’ command is used, in order to update to the latest kernel
packages.

Security updates for Friday

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Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (curl, krb5, lib32-curl, lib32-krb5, lib32-libcurl-compat, lib32-libcurl-gnutls, libcurl-compat, and libcurl-gnutls), Debian (golang), Fedora (MySQL-zrm), Mageia (firefox, ghostscript, libgd, libraw, libwpd, open-vm-tools, poppler, and rawtherapee), Oracle (kernel and postgresql), Red Hat (kernel), Scientific Linux (kernel), Slackware (curl, openjpeg, and xorg), and Ubuntu (ruby1.9.1).

Security updates for Tuesday

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Security updates have been issued by CentOS (dnsmasq), Debian (dnsmasq and git), Fedora (ejabberd, firefox, mingw-LibRaw, openvpn, and perl), openSUSE (dnsmasq, git, Mozilla Firefox and NSS, and otrs), Oracle (dnsmasq), Red Hat (dnsmasq), Scientific Linux (dnsmasq), Slackware (dnsmasq), SUSE (dnsmasq), and Ubuntu (dnsmasq, firefox, libidn, and poppler).

[$] Strategies for offline PGP key storage

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While the adoption of OpenPGP
by the general population is marginal at
best, it is a critical component for the security community and
particularly for Linux distributions. For example, every package
uploaded into Debian is verified by the central repository using the
maintainer’s OpenPGP keys and the
repository itself is, in turn, signed
using a separate key. If upstream packages also use such signatures, this
creates
a complete trust path from the original upstream developer to
users.
Beyond that, pull requests for the Linux kernel are verified using
signatures as well.
Therefore, the stakes are high: a compromise of the release key, or
even of a single maintainer’s key, could enable devastating
attacks against many machines.

Security updates for Monday

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Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (dnsmasq), CentOS (firefox and nss), Debian (firefox-esr, ghostscript, libidn2-0, opencv, and otrs2), Fedora (moodle, php-horde-nag, php-horde-passwd, php-horde-wicked, php-symfony-security-acl, pkgconf, and xen), openSUSE (spice and weechat), Scientific Linux (firefox and nss), Slackware (openexr), SUSE (xen), and Ubuntu (ca-certificates, dnsmasq, and nss).

Yuki Chan – Automated Penetration Testing Tool

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Yuki Chan – Automated Penetration Testing Tool

Yuki Chan is an Automated Penetration Testing Tool that carries out a whole range of standard security auditing tasks automatically. It’s highly recommended to use this tool within Kali Linux OS as it already contains all the dependencies.

This tool is only designed for Linux OS so if you are not using Linux OS it won’t be much use, but if you have Android Smartphone or Tablet you can run this tool via Termux or GNURoot Debian.

Read the rest of Yuki Chan – Automated Penetration Testing Tool now! Only available at Darknet.

Security updates for Wednesday

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Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (weechat), Debian (debsecan, git, ruby1.8, ruby1.9.1, rubygems, and weechat), Fedora (kernel, libbson, and oniguruma), Gentoo (tiff), openSUSE (tor), Oracle (augeas, samba, and samba4), Red Hat (kernel), and Scientific Linux (kernel).

Security updates for Monday

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Security updates have been issued by Debian (bzr, clamav, libgd2, libraw, samba, and tomcat7), Fedora (drupal7-views, gnome-shell, httpd, krb5, libmspack, LibRaw, mingw-LibRaw, mpg123, pkgconf, python-jwt, and samba), Gentoo (adobe-flash, chromium, cvs, exim, mercurial, oracle-jdk-bin, php, postfix, and tcpdump), openSUSE (Chromium and libraw), Red Hat (chromium-browser), and Slackware (libxml2 and python).

Security updates for Friday

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Security updates have been issued by CentOS (augeas, samba, and samba4), Debian (apache2, bluez, emacs23, and newsbeuter), Fedora (kernel and mingw-LibRaw), openSUSE (apache2 and libzip), Oracle (kernel), SUSE (kernel, spice, and xen), and Ubuntu (emacs24, emacs25, and samba).

Security updates for Thursday

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Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (tomcat7), Debian (kernel and perl), Fedora (libwmf and mpg123), Mageia (bluez, ffmpeg, gstreamer0.10-plugins-good, gstreamer1.0-plugins-good, libwmf, tomcat, and tor), openSUSE (emacs, fossil, freexl, php5, and xen), Red Hat (augeas, rh-mysql56-mysql, samba, and samba4), Scientific Linux (augeas, samba, and samba4), Slackware (samba), SUSE (emacs and kernel), and Ubuntu (qemu).

Security updates for Wednesday

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Security updates have been issued by CentOS (emacs), Debian (apache2, gdk-pixbuf, and pyjwt), Fedora (autotrace, converseen, dmtx-utils, drawtiming, emacs, gtatool, imageinfo, ImageMagick, inkscape, jasper, k3d, kxstitch, libwpd, mingw-libzip, perl-Image-SubImageFind, pfstools, php-pecl-imagick, psiconv, q, rawtherapee, ripright, rss-glx, rubygem-rmagick, synfig, synfigstudio, techne, vdr-scraper2vdr, vips, and WindowMaker), Oracle (emacs and kernel), Red Hat (emacs and kernel), Scientific Linux (emacs), SUSE (emacs), and Ubuntu (apache2).