The following vulnerabilities have been fixed:
wnpa-sec-2018-51 The Wireshark dissection engine could crash. Bug 14466. CVE-2018-19625.
wnpa-sec-2018-52 The DCOM dissector could crash. Bug 15130. CVE-2018-19626.
wnpa-sec-2018-53 The LBMPDM dissector could crash. Bug 15132. CVE-2018-19623.
wnpa-sec-2018-54 The MMSE dissector could go into an infinite loop. Bug 15250. CVE-2018-19622.
wnpa-sec-2018-55 The IxVeriWave file parser could crash. Bug 15279. CVE-2018-19627.
wnpa-sec-2018-56 The PVFS dissector could crash. Bug 15280. CVE-2018-19624.
wnpa-sec-2018-57 The ZigBee ZCL dissector could crash. Bug 15281. CVE-2018-19628.
Pls stop changing the obvious vectors and doing your users a disservice. We know which versions are vulnerable because I told everyone in the
Summary. Now you make me tell users again.
So basically, if rewriting history is your thing, security team, then you're on the wrong path.
(In reply to Jeroen Roovers from comment #2)
> So basically, if rewriting history is your thing, security team, then you're
> on the wrong path.
The ebuild was not in the tree at the time I changed the summary. This is the policy of the security team to not have a version without the ebuild in the tree.
So, next time change the bug after the ebuild has been pushed.