Here’s my (third) monthly update about the activities I’ve done in Debian this December.
This was my third month as a Debian LTS paid contributor.
I was assigned 16.50 hours and worked on the following things:
CVE Fixes and Announcements:
- Issued DLA 2024-1, fixing CVE-2019-19617, for phpmyadmin.
phpMyAdmin before 4.9.2 does not escape certain Git information, related to libraries/display_git_revision.lib.php and libraries/Footer.class.php.
For Debian 8 “Jessie”, this has been fixed in 4:4.2.12-2+deb8u7.
Furthermore, sent a patch to the Security team for fixing the same in Stretch.
- Issued DLA 2025-1, fixing CVE-2017-17833 and CVE-2019-5544, for openslp-dfsg.
OpenSLP releases in the 1.0.2 and 1.1.0 code streams have a heap-related memory corruption issue which may manifest itself as a denial-of-service or a remote code-execution vulnerability.
OpenSLP as used in ESXi and the Horizon DaaS appliances has a heap overwrite issue. VMware has evaluated the severity of this issue to be in the critical severity range.
For Debian 8 “Jessie”, this has been fixed in 1.2.1-10+deb8u2.
- Issued DLA 2026-1, fixing CVE-2019-19630, for htmldoc.
In HTMLDOC, there was a one-byte underflow in htmldoc/ps-pdf.cxx caused by a floating point math difference between GCC and Clang.
For Debian 8 “Jessie”, this has been fixed in 1.8.27-8+deb8u1.
Furthermore, sent a patch to the Security team for Stretch and Buster.
- Issued DLA 2046-1, fixing CVE-2019-19479, for opensc.
An issue was discovered in libopensc/card-setcos.c in OpenSC, which has an incorrect read operation during parsing of a SETCOS file attribute.
For Debian 8 “Jessie”, this has been fixed in 0.16.0-3+deb8u2.
Clarified more about CVE-2019-1551/openssl triage to the Security Team and the Debian LTS ML.
Took a deeper look at CVE-2019-16782/ruby-rack; the patch itself introduces regression and induces a backdoor on its own. Notified the Security Team and the ML to avoid its upload.
Discuss the state of CVE-2019-19479/opensc with Roberto and process its upload. Also opened upstream issue out of frustration for “hiding” most of their report.
In midst of fixing test failures of ruby-rack-cores. And also WIP for ruby-excon.
Most importantly, I became a DD this month! \o/
Here’s my NM process. Many, many thanks to Thomas (zigo) for being so nice and patient! :D
- ruby-reverse-markdown ~ 1.3.0-1 (to unstable).
- ruby-behance ~ 0.6.1-1 (to unstable).
- ruby-unidecode ~ 1.0.0-1 (to unstable).
- micro ~ 1.4.1-1 (to unstable).
- golang-code.cloudfoundry-bytefmt ~ 0.0~git20190818.854d396-1 (to unstable).
Source-Only and Other Uploads:
- micro ~ 1.4.1-2 (to unstable).
- golang-github-flynn-json5 ~ 0.0~git20160717.7620272-2 (to unstable).
- golang-github-zyedidia-pty ~ 1.1.1+git20180126.3036466-2 (to unstable).
- golang-github-zyedidia-terminal ~ 0.0~git20180726.533c623-2 (to unstable).
- golang-golang-x-text ~ 0.3.2-3 (to unstable).
- golang-github-yuin-gopher-lua ~ 0.0~git20170915.0.eb1c729-4 (to unstable).
- golang-github-sergi-go-diff ~ 1.0.0-2 (to unstable).
- #946859 for ruby-reverse-markdown (ITP).
- #946895 for ruby-behance (ITP).
- #946945 for ruby-unidecode (ITP).
- #947724 for golang-code.cloudfoundry-bytefmt (ITP).
- #889196 golang-github-yuin-gopher-lua.
- #889209 for golang-github-sergi-go-diff.
Reviews and Sponsored Uploads:
- easygen ~ 4.1.0-1 for Tong Sun.
- node-webpack ~ 4.30.0-1 for Pirate Praveen.
- node-timeago.js ~ 4.0.2-1 for Sakshi Sangwan.
- Outreachy mentoring for GitLab project.
- Grant DM access for easygen to Tong Sun.
- Grant DM access for golang-github-danverbraganza-varcaser to Tong Sun.
- Help James Montgomery for Golang packaging (wrt #945524).
- Migrated all my -guest accounts and certificates to use my new, shiny account associated with the DD status.
- With regards to this tweet, I assisted the following people:
- Shubhank Saxena with 1:1 Hangouts call.
- Shreya Gupta with 1:1 Hangouts call.
- Eshaan Bansal with 1:1 Hangouts call.
P.S. It was lovely to interact with such lovely people :)
Until next time.
:wq for today.