Fedora 27 : python-cryptography / python-cryptography-vectors (2018-06c24068c6)
High Nessus Plugin ID 111469
SynopsisThe remote Fedora host is missing one or more security updates.
Description# New upstream release 2.3
Fixes possible tag truncation security bug in AEAD API, see RHBZ#1602752
## 2.3 - 2018-07-18
- SECURITY ISSUE: finalize_with_tag() allowed tag truncation by default which can allow tag forgery in some cases. The method now enforces the min_tag_length provided to the GCM constructor.
- Added support for Python 3.7.
- Added extract_timestamp() to get the authenticated timestamp of a Fernet token.
- Support for Python 2.7.x without hmac.compare_digest has been deprecated. We will require Python 2.7.7 or higher (or 2.7.6 on Ubuntu) in the next cryptography release.
- Fixed multiple issues preventing cryptography from compiling against LibreSSL 2.7.x.
- Added get_revoked_certificate_by_serial_number for quick serial number searches in CRLs.
- The RelativeDistinguishedName class now preserves the order of attributes. Duplicate attributes now raise an error instead of silently discarding duplicates.
- aes_key_unwrap() and aes_key_unwrap_with_padding() now raise InvalidUnwrap if the wrapped key is an invalid length, instead of ValueError.
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SolutionUpdate the affected python-cryptography and / or python-cryptography-vectors packages.