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This update for mutt fixes the following issues: Security issues fixed : - bsc#1101428: Mutt 1.10.1 security release update. - CVE-2018-14351: Fix imap/command.c that mishandles long IMAP status mailbox literal count size (bsc#1101583). - CVE-2018-14353: Fix imap_quote_string in imap/util.c that has an integer underflow (bsc#1101581). - CVE-2018-14362: Fix pop.c that does not forbid characters that may have unsafe interaction with message-cache pathnames (bsc#1101567). - CVE-2018-14354: Fix arbitrary command execution from remote IMAP servers via backquote characters (bsc#1101578). - CVE-2018-14352: Fix imap_quote_string in imap/util.c that does not leave room for quote characters (bsc#1101582). - CVE-2018-14356: Fix pop.c that mishandles a zero-length UID (bsc#1101576). - CVE-2018-14355: Fix imap/util.c that mishandles '..' directory traversal in a mailbox name (bsc#1101577). - CVE-2018-14349: Fix imap/command.c that mishandles a NO response without a message (bsc#1101589). - CVE-2018-14350: Fix imap/message.c that has a stack-based buffer overflow for a FETCH response with along INTERNALDATE field (bsc#1101588). - CVE-2018-14363: Fix newsrc.c that does not properlyrestrict '/' characters that may have unsafe interaction with cache pathnames (bsc#1101566). - CVE-2018-14359: Fix buffer overflow via base64 data (bsc#1101570). - CVE-2018-14358: Fix imap/message.c that has a stack-based buffer overflow for a FETCH response with along RFC822.SIZE field (bsc#1101571). - CVE-2018-14360: Fix nntp_add_group in newsrc.c that has a stack-based buffer overflow because of incorrect sscanf usage (bsc#1101569). - CVE-2018-14357: Fix that remote IMAP servers are allowed to execute arbitrary commands via backquote characters (bsc#1101573). - CVE-2018-14361: Fix that nntp.c proceeds even if memory allocation fails for messages data (bsc#1101568). Bug fixes : - mutt reports as neomutt and incorrect version (bsc#1094717) Note that Tenable Network Security has extracted the preceding description block directly from the SUSE security advisory. Tenable has attempted to automatically clean and format it as much as possible without introducing additional issues.
To install this SUSE Security Update use the SUSE recommended installation methods like YaST online_update or 'zypper patch'. Alternatively you can run the command listed for your product : SUSE Linux Enterprise Module for Basesystem 15:zypper in -t patch SUSE-SLE-Module-Basesystem-15-2018-1416=1