Missing Security Advisories since August 2023

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sodbot
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Missing Security Advisories since August 2023

Post by sodbot » 2023/11/17 10:38:26

Hello all,

Security advisories are posted here every month: https://lists.centos.org/pipermail/centos-announce/. It looks like there have been no updates since August 2023.
https://lists.centos.org/pipermail/cent ... hread.html
I am unable to find any other links where I can find this information
Please let me know if there is any other links where I can find this information regarding Centos Advisories

Thanks
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Re: Missing Security Advisories since August 2023

Post by TrevorH » 2023/11/17 20:03:16

As far as I know all the CentOS 7 updates have been pushed and are available, latest batch today I think.

I'll ask about the announcements.
The future appears to be RHEL or Debian. I think I'm going Debian.
Info for USB installs on http://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/InstallFromUSBkey
CentOS 5 and 6 are deadest, do not use them.
Use the FAQ Luke

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Re: Missing Security Advisories since August 2023

Post by sodbot » 2023/11/20 06:53:16

Thanks, TrevorH for the information
but I am looking for the announcements
I see the last security announcements were from August
after that there is nothing
these CESA updates are helpful as these are official advisories by Centos and help us to figure out Affected package versions and vulnerabilities associated with that

so will we get the security announcements for future updates and updates missing on
https://lists.centos.org/pipermail/centos-announce/
if not do we have any other link for this
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Re: Missing Security Advisories since August 2023

Post by jlehtone » 2023/11/20 08:46:58

"Official"? One can look at RHEL 7's announcements. They are definitely official.
The only question is, how quickly CentOS 7 releases package after RHEL 7 has done so.

Overall, regular yum update has been the CentOS way. That gives you what is available when it is available. Everything that has been released after 2019 has been security-related anyway.

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