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Fedora 7 Update: po4a-0.32-4.fc7 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora This update fixes a potential security problem (information leak) due to use of predictable name in /tmp. There is no CVE assignment yet
Fedora Update Notification
2007-08-23 22:36:58.989343

Name        : po4a
Product     : Fedora 7
Version     : 0.32
Release     : 4.fc7
Summary     : A tool maintaining translations anywhere
Description :
The po4a (po for anything) project goal is to ease translations (and
more interestingly, the maintenance of translations) using gettext
tools on areas where they were not expected like documentation.

Update Information:

This update fixes a potential security problem (information leak)
due to use of predictable name in /tmp. There is no CVE assignment yet


* Mon Aug 20 2007 Axel Thimm  - 0.32-4
- Update to 0.32.
- fixes a possible race condition under /tmp (no CVE yet).

  [ 1 ] Bug #253541
Updated packages:

164759901e0d9a23b3ad81a8921e198342d78528 po4a-0.32-4.fc7.noarch.rpm
f3bd90753e7d70207fa131532652fd15f9573003 po4a-0.32-4.fc7.src.rpm

This update can be installed with the 'yum' update program.  Use 'yum update
package-name' at the command line.  For more information, refer to 'Managing
Software with yum,' available at

Fedora-package-announce mailing list
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