On 22/02/2016 00:04, Chris H wrote:
On Thu, 18 Feb 2016 08:39:32 -0600 (CST) Dan Mack <m...@macktronics.com> wrote
On Thu, 18 Feb 2016, Joe Holden wrote:
On 17/02/2016 14:07, Daniel Kalchev wrote:
On 17.02.2016 ?., at 15:40, Shawn Webb <shawn.w...@hardenedbsd.org>
TL;DR: FreeBSD is not affected by CVE-2015-7547.
Unless you use Linux applications under emulation.
Which is supported by ports so at most it should be a ports advisory and
not a FreeBSD (base) SA and therefore not on the website.
Just my 2p ;)
Documenting and putting out security advisiories for other operating
systems seems like a bad precedent in general. The same could be said
for runniing java applications, windows under bhyve, etc. - *sigh* -
if the cross over use is common via a port, then have the port maybe
remind users to consult their distribution specific security
vulnerabilites prior to running it maybe - which is what they should
be doing anyway.
That's my two insignificant cents :-)
If Sell distributes a bad batch of gasoline. It's not Chevrolet's
responsibility to inform it's car buyers/owners, that Shell produced
a bad batch of gasoline. Is it? :)
Exactly, however it is done now so nevermind
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