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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Slackware New seamonkey packages are available for Slackware 11.0, 12.0, 12.1, 12.2, and -current to fix security issues. More details about the issues may be found on the Mozilla web site: http://www.mozilla.org/security/known-vulnerabilities/seamonkey11.html
[slackware-security]  seamonkey (SSA:2009-176-01) 

New seamonkey packages are available for Slackware 11.0, 12.0, 12.1, 12.2,
and -current to fix security issues.

More details about the issues may be found on the Mozilla web site:

  http://www.mozilla.org/security/known-vulnerabilities/seamonkey11.html


Here are the details from the Slackware 12.2 ChangeLog:
+--------------------------+
patches/packages/seamonkey-1.1.17-i486-1_slack12.2.tgz:
  Upgraded to seamonkey-1.1.17.
  This release fixes some more security vulnerabilities.
  For more information, see:
    http://www.mozilla.org/security/known-vulnerabilities/seamonkey11.html
  (* Security fix *)
+--------------------------+


Where to find the new packages:
+-----------------------------+

HINT:  Getting slow download speeds from ftp.slackware.com?
Give slackware.osuosl.org a try.  This is another primary FTP site
for Slackware that can be considerably faster than downloading
directly from ftp.slackware.com.

Thanks to the friendly folks at the OSU Open Source Lab
(http://osuosl.org) for donating additional FTP and rsync hosting
to the Slackware project!  :-)

Also see the "Get Slack" section on http://slackware.com for
additional mirror sites near you.

Updated package for Slackware 11.0:
ftp://ftp.slackware.com/pub/slackware/slackware-11.0/patches/packages/seamonkey-1.1.17-i486-1_slack11.0.tgz

Updated package for Slackware 12.0:
ftp://ftp.slackware.com/pub/slackware/slackware-12.0/patches/packages/seamonkey-1.1.17-i486-1_slack12.0.tgz

Updated package for Slackware 12.1:
ftp://ftp.slackware.com/pub/slackware/slackware-12.1/patches/packages/seamonkey-1.1.17-i486-1_slack12.1.tgz

Updated package for Slackware 12.2:
ftp://ftp.slackware.com/pub/slackware/slackware-12.2/patches/packages/seamonkey-1.1.17-i486-1_slack12.2.tgz

Updated package for Slackware -current:
ftp://ftp.slackware.com/pub/slackware/slackware-current/slackware/xap/seamonkey-1.1.17-i486-1.txz

Updated package for Slackware64 -current:
ftp://ftp.slackware.com/pub/slackware/slackware64-current/slackware64/xap/seamonkey-1.1.17-x86_64-1.txz


MD5 signatures:
+-------------+

Slackware 11.0 package:
3c3603ec2f49c3cfd82f9176ccd12528  seamonkey-1.1.17-i486-1_slack11.0.tgz

Slackware 12.0 package:
8e366bce9ab46e911ab7b8aff814e720  seamonkey-1.1.17-i486-1_slack12.0.tgz

Slackware 12.1 package:
4581a26c229d02be22396e6709de4c5f  seamonkey-1.1.17-i486-1_slack12.1.tgz

Slackware 12.2 package:
7a6b60712052c6625701a5fe2feab34b  seamonkey-1.1.17-i486-1_slack12.2.tgz

Slackware -current package:
406956f98bfd869038b079c75431ce94  seamonkey-1.1.17-i486-1.txz

Slackware64 -current package:
f73f2ade76b47fb5403278fa744a1940  seamonkey-1.1.17-x86_64-1.txz


Installation instructions:
+------------------------+

Upgrade the packages as root:
# upgradepkg seamonkey-1.1.17-i486-1_slack12.2.tgz


+-----+

Slackware Linux Security Team
http://slackware.com/gpg-key
security@slackware.com
 
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