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During the last week, the Ubuntu Security team:
- Triaged 296 public security vulnerability reports, retaining the 81 that applied to Ubuntu.
- Published 16 Ubuntu Security Notices which fixed 37 security issues (CVEs) across 18 supported packages.
Ubuntu Security Notices
Mainline Inclusion Requests
python-pyelftools underway (LP: #1630073)
Updates to Community Supported Packages
Simon Quigley (tsimonq2) provided debdiffs for trusty-zesty for jython (LP: #1714728)
- udisks2 PR 3931
- snap-confile calls snap-update-ns PR 3621
- bind mount relative to snap-confine PR 3956
- snaps on NFS support
- completed: create PR 3937 to use only ‘udevadm trigger –action=change’ instead of ‘udevadm control –reload-rules’
- update snap-confine to unconditional add the nvidia devices to the device cgroup and rely only on apparmor for mediation
wrote/tested libseccomp-golang changes to complement the libseccomp changes: https://github.com/seccomp/libseccomp-golang/pull/29
- uploaded libseccomp, with the most minimal change needed to support snapd, to artful after receiving a Feature Freeze exception
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