CVE-2022-0718 A flaw was found in python-oslo-utils

CVE-2022-0718 A flaw was found in python-oslo-utils

This flaw applies to the Python 2.7 and 3.4 versions of the package. It was responsibly disclosed to the security team and fixed as soon as possible. You can review the full advisory and list of fixed versions here.

Another critical security vulnerability was found in Apache Slider, a popular responsive image Slider script. This bug could be used to remotely execute code on a vulnerable installation of Apache Slider. This flaw was responsibly disclosed to the Apache Slider team, and fixed as soon as possible. You can review the full advisory and list of fixed versions here.

A critical remote code execution vulnerability was found in the bundled version of ImageMagick. This bug could be exploited to remotely execute code on a vulnerable installation of ImageMagick. The severity of this bug was high, as it had been assigned the highest severity rating of 5 by RedHat. It was responsibly disclosed to the ImageMagick team, and fixed as soon as possible. You can review the full advisory and list of fixed versions here.

An information disclosure flaw was found in the bundled version of the Go language. This bug could be exploited by malicious people to gain information about the internal data structures of the vulnerable installation of Go. The severity of this bug was moderate, as it had been assigned the medium severity rating of 5 by RedHat. It was responsibly disclosed to the Go team, and fixed as soon as possible

What’s happening in this version?

This version is mostly security-focused. There are fixes for one critical vulnerability and a medium severity bug.

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