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VPR Score: 6.7
SynopsisThe remote Fedora host is missing a security update.
DescriptionThis update removes a misleading comment from the documentation of the `abort` function (RHBZ#1615608). A minor security vulnerability, CVE-2018-11237, a buffer overflow in mempcpy for Xeon Phi (RHBZ#1581275) has been addressed.
The update also fixes the waiters-after-spinning case in the `pthread_cond_broadcast` function (RHBZ#1622669). Two bugs in the CPUID processing on x86 are also fixed (upstream bugs 23456 and 23459). The verification of vtables for stdio is improved (upstream bugs 23236 and 23313). A test case under a non-free license is removed (upstream bug 23363). The `if_nametoindex` now checks the length of interface names (upstream bug 22442). `getifaddrs` no longer returns interfaces with NULL names (upstream bug 23171). C++ compatibility of `iseqsig` has been improved (upstream bug 23171). A kernel header interaction issue related to `struct timespec` was addressed (upstream bug 23349).
Note that Tenable Network Security has extracted the preceding description block directly from the Fedora update system website.
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SolutionUpdate the affected glibc package.