An update that solves 16 vulnerabilities and has one errata is now available.
This update for mutt fixes the following issues:
Security issues fixed:
- bsc#1101428: Mutt 1.10.1 security release update. - CVE-2018-14351: Fix imap/command.c that mishandles long IMAP status mailbox literal count size (bsc#1101583). - CVE-2018-14353: Fix imap_quote_string in imap/util.c that has an integer underflow (bsc#1101581). - CVE-2018-14362: Fix pop.c that does not forbid characters that may have unsafe interaction with message-cache pathnames (bsc#1101567). - CVE-2018-14354: Fix arbitrary command execution from remote IMAP servers via backquote characters (bsc#1101578). - CVE-2018-14352: Fix imap_quote_string in imap/util.c that does not leave room for quote characters (bsc#1101582). - CVE-2018-14356: Fix pop.c that mishandles a zero-length UID (bsc#1101576). - CVE-2018-14355: Fix imap/util.c that mishandles ".." directory traversal in a mailbox name (bsc#1101577). - CVE-2018-14349: Fix imap/command.c that mishandles a NO response without a message (bsc#1101589). - CVE-2018-14350: Fix imap/message.c that has a stack-based buffer overflow for a FETCH response with along INTERNALDATE field (bsc#1101588). - CVE-2018-14363: Fix newsrc.c that does not properlyrestrict '/' characters that may have unsafe interaction with cache pathnames (bsc#1101566). - CVE-2018-14359: Fix buffer overflow via base64 data (bsc#1101570). - CVE-2018-14358: Fix imap/message.c that has a stack-based buffer overflow for a FETCH response with along RFC822.SIZE field (bsc#1101571). - CVE-2018-14360: Fix nntp_add_group in newsrc.c that has a stack-based buffer overflow because of incorrect sscanf usage (bsc#1101569). - CVE-2018-14357: Fix that remote IMAP servers are allowed to execute arbitrary commands via backquote characters (bsc#1101573). - CVE-2018-14361: Fix that nntp.c proceeds even if memory allocation fails for messages data (bsc#1101568).
- mutt reports as neomutt and incorrect version (bsc#1094717)
This update was imported from the SUSE:SLE-15:Update update project.
To install this openSUSE Security Update use the SUSE recommended installation methods like YaST online_update or "zypper patch".
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