The remote openSUSE host is missing a security update.
A rogue dhcp server could instruct clients to use a host name that contains shell meta characters. Since many scripts in the system do not expect unusal characters in the system's host name the dhcp client needs to sanitize the host name offered by the server (CVE-2011-0996). Note this update is actually just a re-release of the previous one. The security fix made dhcpcd crash if the DHCP server sent a SIP option that was not decodable.