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Re: Patch to Vulnerability Linkage

From: Chet Ramey
Subject: Re: Patch to Vulnerability Linkage
Date: Fri, 03 Oct 2014 08:56:41 -0400
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On 10/3/14, 4:55 AM, Nathan McGarvey wrote:
>     Is there any linkage between bash patches and known CVE (or any other
> database) IDs? (Source-code comment, bug-tracker, etc.)
>     I understand that there is not a one<->one relationship, but for the
> bug-fixes that do pertain to one or more vulnerability entry, it may be
> beneficial to outright state "this patch is designed to fix X".

Yes, here's a list.  I lose track of the CVE IDs myself.

bash43-025      CVE-2014-6271                           9/24/2014
bash43-026      CVE-2014-7169                           9/26/2014
bash43-027      exported function namespace change      9/27/2014
bash43-028      CVE-2014-7186/CVE-2014-7187             10/1/2014
bash43-029      CVE-2014-6277                           10/2/2014

There is still one more, for CVE-2014-6278, that I have to do some minor
work on before rolling out patches.


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