Gentoo Linux Security Advisories

GLSA 201802-01 (high) - VirtualBox: Multiple vulnerabilities
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in VirtualBox, the worst of which could allow an attacker to take control of VirtualBox.
GLSA 201801-20 (normal) - Fossil: User-assisted execution of arbitrary code
A vulnerability has been discovered in Fossil allowing for user-assisted remote execution of arbitrary code.
GLSA 201801-19 (high) - ClamAV: Multiple vulnerabilities
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in ClamAV, the worst of which may allow execution of arbitrary code.
GLSA 201801-18 (normal) - Newsbeuter: User-assisted execution of arbitrary code
Insufficient input validation in Newsbeuter may allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary shell commands.
GLSA 201801-17 (normal) - Poppler: Multiple vulnerabilities
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in Poppler, the worst of which could allow the execution of arbitrary code.
GLSA 201801-16 (normal) - rsync: Multiple vulnerabilities
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in rsync, the worst of which could allow remote attackers to bypass access restrictions.
GLSA 201801-15 (normal) - PolarSSL: Multiple vulnerabilities
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in PolarSSL, the worst of which may allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code.
GLSA 201801-14 (high) - Xen: Multiple vulnerabilities
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in Xen, the worst of which could allow for privilege escalation.
GLSA 201801-13 (normal) - TigerVNC: Multiple vulnerabilities
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in TigerVNC, the worst of which may lead to arbitrary code execution.
GLSA 201801-12 (normal) - icoutils: Multiple vulnerabilities
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in icoutils, the worst of which may lead to arbitrary code execution.
GLSA 201801-11 (normal) - PySAML2: Security bypass
A vulnerability in PySAML2 might allow remote attackers to bypass authentication.
GLSA 201801-10 (normal) - LibXfont, LibXfont2: Arbitrary file access
A vulnerability has been found in LibXfont and LibXfont2 which may allow for arbitrary file access.
GLSA 201801-09 (normal) - WebkitGTK+: Multiple vulnerabilities
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in WebkitGTK+, the worst of which may lead to arbitrary code execution.
GLSA 201801-08 (normal) - MiniUPnPc: Arbitrary code execution
A vulnerability in MiniUPnPc might allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code.
GLSA 201801-07 (normal) - GNU Emacs: Command injection
A vulnerability has been found in Emacs which may allow for arbitrary command execution.
GLSA 201801-06 (normal) - Back In Time: Command injection
A command injection vulnerability in 'Back in Time' may allow for the execution of arbitrary shell commands.
GLSA 201801-05 (normal) - OpenSSH: Permission issue
A flaw has been discovered in OpenSSH which could allow a remote attacker to create zero-length files.
GLSA 201801-04 (normal) - LibXcursor: User-assisted execution of arbitrary code
A vulnerability in LibXcursor might allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code.
GLSA 201801-03 (normal) - Chromium, Google Chrome: Multiple vulnerabilities
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in Chromium and Google Chrome, the worst of which could result in the execution of arbitrary code.
GLSA 201801-02 (normal) - OptiPNG: Multiple vulnerabilities
Multiple vulnerabilities have been found in OptiPNG, the worst of which may allow execution of arbitrary code.

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