According to this
According to this¹ site, Opera, similar to the recently fixed openssl and mozilla packages, accepts faked ssl certificates as well.
This should be fixed in 9.02.
*** Bug 148489 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Axxo, 9.02 is available. Please bump.
Huh, isn't that 9.02 RC2, still?
/me kicks squid :(
Created attachment 97697 [details]
opera 9.02 ebuild
Created attachment 97698 [details, diff]
opera 9.02 install patch
put into files/ directory with ebuild
(In reply to comment #6)
> Created an attachment (id=97697) 
> opera 9.02 ebuild
(In reply to comment #7)
> Created an attachment (id=97698) 
> opera 9.02 install patch
> put into files/ directory with ebuild
Sorry, both of you. As bug 146702 shows, the ebuild has been in the tree for a few decaminutes and the stabilisation procedure has started. This bug depends on the stabilisation bug.
www-client/opera-9.02 is stable on all arches.
This one is ready for GLSA vote.
*cough* stabling of security bugs should be handled on the related security bug report, not on other bug reports ...
@Jeroen, Tobias is right. We usually mark stable on the security bug so arches know what is up.
(In reply to comment #12)
> @Jeroen, Tobias is right. We usually mark stable on the security bug so arches
> know what is up.
Right. Could you point me toward the relevant documentation?
Only some parts of the GLSA Coordinator Guide are relevant.
If you have any questions just pop in #-security and ask.
Now back to bug voting :-)
tending to vote yes
Security please vote.
Since it contains a fix for the same problem as GLSA'd openssl/gnutls I say YES.
Voting YES. Let's have a GLSA.