The Security Team weekly reports are intended to be very short summaries of the Security Team’s weekly activities.
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During the last week, the Ubuntu Security team:
- Triaged 213 public security vulnerability reports, retaining the 65 that applied to Ubuntu.
- Published 15 Ubuntu Security Notices which fixed 16 security issues (CVEs) across 15 supported packages.
Ubuntu Security Notices
Mainline Inclusion Requests
libteam underway (LP: #1392012)
- review tools testsuite updates for resquashfs
- write-up processes for reviewing base snaps
- send up PR 4375 and PR 4375 (2.30) to add an app/hook-specific udev rule for hotplugging (fixes mir hotplug issue)
- debug chromium mknod issue with nvidia GPUs
- send up PR 4359 and PR 4360 (2.30) policy updates PRs
add missing rule to upstream AppArmor fonts abstraction
- pickup PR 4100 and send up PR 4383 (2.30) for new ssh/gpg keys interfaces
- send up PR 4366 and PR 4367 (2.30) for small removable-media fix
- update review-tools for 2.30 interfaces
- discuss options for possible biometrics interface
- snapd reviews
- PR 4365 – allow wayland socket and non-root sockets/wayland slot policy
- PR 4140 – add an interface for gnome-online-accounts D-Bus service
- PR 4369 – add write permission to optical-drive interface
What the Security Team is Reading This Week
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