FEDORA-2018-42555731d2 created by smooge a year ago for Fedora 29
obsolete

Updates to nagios-4.4.2 which is a major update. Fixes CVE's CVE-2018-13441 CVE-2016-8641

This update has been submitted for testing by smooge. a year ago
This update has been pushed to testing. a year ago
User Icon lewassec commented & provided feedback a year ago

hallo smooge, thanks for the update! Since the Nagios changelog for 4.4.2 says:

Fix for CVE-2018-13441, CVE-2018-13458, CVE-2018-13457

Have CVE-2018-13458 and CVE-2018-13457 already been fixed in the past? I can't tell from the Fedora changelog.

And I saw that CVE-2016-8641 was already fixed in Nagios 4.2.3, is this a typo?

User Icon smooge commented & provided feedback a year ago

So it could be that it was fixed already but they were listed as being fixed in 4.4.2 so I included them as that was what sites were asking for.

User Icon lewassec commented & provided feedback a year ago

OK, thanks for clarifying

This update has reached 7 days in testing and can be pushed to stable now if the maintainer wishes a year ago
User Icon imsedgar provided feedback 11 months ago
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User Icon lbazan provided feedback 10 months ago
karma
This update has been obsoleted by [nagios-4.4.3-1.fc29](https://bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/FEDORA-2019-376ecc221c). 10 months ago

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Dates
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a year ago
BZ#1482407 nagios-4.3.2-8.el7 crash caused by (potential) result size issue in wproc
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BZ#1506423 Nagios regularly crashes with SIGSEGV after couple of weeks of starting.
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BZ#1592594 nagios spool files in wrong location by default, causing SELinux violations
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BZ#1593048 nagios-4.4.1 is available
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BZ#1647765 Memory leak in nagios
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