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The following issues were fixed in this update : + General : - Check the basic constraints extension when validating SSL/TLS certificates. This fixes a security hole that allowed a malicious man-in-the-middle to impersonate an IM server or any other https endpoint. This affected both the NSS and GnuTLS plugins (CVE-2014-3694, boo#902495). - Allow and prefer TLS 1.2 and 1.1 when using the NSS plugin for SSL (im#15909). + libpurple3 compatibility : - Encrypted account passwords are preserved until the new one is set. - Fix loading Google Talk and Facebook XMPP accounts. + Groupwise: Fix potential remote crash parsing server message that indicates that a large amount of memory should be allocated (CVE-2014-3696, boo#902410). + IRC: Fix a possible leak of unencrypted data when using /me command with OTR (im#15750). + MXit: Fix potential remote crash parsing a malformed emoticon response (CVE-2014-3695, boo#902409). + XMPP : - Fix potential information leak where a malicious XMPP server and possibly even a malicious remote user could create a carefully crafted XMPP message that causes libpurple to send an XMPP message containing arbitrary memory (CVE-2014-3698, boo#902408). + Yahoo: Fix login when using the GnuTLS library for TLS connections (im#16172, boo#874606).