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Security Team Weekly Summary: August 17, 2017

Canonical

on 17 August 2017

This article is more than 6 years old.


The Security Team weekly reports are intended to be very short summaries of the Security Team’s weekly activities.

If you would like to reach the Security Team, you can find us at the #ubuntu-hardened channel on FreeNode. Alternatively, you can mail the Ubuntu Hardened mailing list at: ubuntu-hardened@lists.ubuntu.com

During the last week, the Ubuntu Security team:

  • Triaged 537 public security vulnerability reports, retaining the 134 that applied to Ubuntu.
  • Published 16 Ubuntu Security Notices which fixed 36 security issues (CVEs) across 17 supported packages.

Ubuntu Security Notices

Bug Triage

Mainline Inclusion Requests

Updates to Community Supported Packages

  • Simon Quigley (tsimonq2) provided debdiffs for trusty-zesty for vlc (LP: #1709420)

Development

What the Security Team is Reading This Week

Weekly Meeting

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