A flaw was found in pesign. The pesign package provides a systemd service used to start the pesign daemon. This service unit runs a script to set ACLs for /etc/pki/pesign and /run/pesign directories to grant access privileges to users in the 'pesign' group. However, the script doesn't check for symbolic links. This could allow an attacker to gain access to privileged files and directories via a path traversal attack.
RedHat managed to make the CVE itself completely opaque, but there's
more information on oss-security:
But even these don't say that the fixed version is 116. It's not in
the release notes either:
But it is noted in the relase commit:
The fix itself is https://github.com/rhboot/pesign/commit/d8a8c259994d0278c59b30b41758a8dd0abff998