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A trafficserver security update has been released for Fedora 38.



[SECURITY] Fedora 38 Update: trafficserver-9.2.2-1.fc38


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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2023-dcbfbf1396
2023-08-18 01:58:38.704443
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Name : trafficserver
Product : Fedora 38
Version : 9.2.2
Release : 1.fc38
URL : https://trafficserver.apache.org/
Summary : Fast, scalable and extensible HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/2 caching proxy server
Description :
Traffic Server is a high-performance building block for cloud services.
It's more than just a caching proxy server; it also has support for
plugins to build large scale web applications. Key features:

Caching - Improve your response time, while reducing server load and
bandwidth needs by caching and reusing frequently-requested web pages,
images, and web service calls.

Proxying - Easily add keep-alive, filter or anonymize content
requests, or add load balancing by adding a proxy layer.

Fast - Scales well on modern SMP hardware, handling 10s of thousands
of requests per second.

Extensible - APIs to write your own plug-ins to do anything from
modifying HTTP headers to handling ESI requests to writing your own
cache algorithm.

Proven - Handling over 400TB a day at Yahoo! both as forward and
reverse proxies, Apache Traffic Server is battle hardened.

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Update Information:

Update to upstream 9.2.2. Changes with Apache Traffic Server 9.2.2 #9544 -
Docs: format typos in header_rewrite doc #9754 - Fix OCSP detection during
build (9.2.x) #9829 - Add TSHttpTxnNextHopPortGet, add NEXT-HOP to header
rewrite #9831 - Allow slice plugin to purge requests #9840 - Fix crash on
config reload with BoringSSL #9877 - Do not add content-length for status 204
cache #9879 - doc: fix the internal libraries section formatting #9886 - Fix
deprecated set_class for documentation build #9943 - Add yaml libs reference
to HTTP proxy test suite. #9944 - Fix clang-format for 9.2.x branch #9952 -
92x autest updates #9959 - 9.2.x: OpenSSL 3.0 tls autest updates (#9947)
#9971 - Update to autest version 1.10.3 #9976 - fix: require
RSRC_CLIENT_REQUEST_HEADERS in ConditionMethod #9989 - Do not set @SECLEVEL
with boringssl #10038 - LSan: Fix leaks of Cache Unit Test #10054 - Demote
SSL log line to debug and remove key printing #10093 - tools/check-unused-
dependencies: make exceptions for tools under clang+asan #10103 - autest
get_port: update to use psutil #10105 - Update autest to the latest 1.10.4
#10107 - Fix ports.py type hint for sets on older Python #10124 - Fix DbgCtl
reference that got cherry-picked into 9.2.x #10125 - Remove duplicate slashes
at the beginning of the incoming URL #10127 - 9.2.x: Correctly handle encoding
for cache hash generation #10131 - 9.2.x: Fix a crash triggered by invalid
range header
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ChangeLog:

* Wed Aug 9 2023 Jered Floyd [jered@redhat.com] 9.2.2-1
- Update to upstream 9.2.2
* Sat Jul 22 2023 Fedora Release Engineering [releng@fedoraproject.org] - 9.2.1-2
- Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_39_Mass_Rebuild
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References:

[ 1 ] Bug #2228525 - trafficserver-9.2.2-rc0 is available
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2228525
[ 2 ] Bug #2231467 - CVE-2022-47185 CVE-2023-33934 trafficserver: Two flaws in Apache traffic server [fedora-all]
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2231467
[ 3 ] Bug #2231468 - CVE-2022-47185 CVE-2023-33934 trafficserver: Two flaws in Apache traffic server [epel-all]
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2231468
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This update can be installed with the "dnf" update program. Use
su -c 'dnf upgrade --advisory FEDORA-2023-dcbfbf1396' at the command
line. For more information, refer to the dnf documentation available at
http://dnf.readthedocs.io/en/latest/command_ref.html#upgrade-command-label

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