nbd 1:3.7-1ubuntu0.1 source package in Ubuntu

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nbd (1:3.7-1ubuntu0.1) trusty-security; urgency=medium

  * SECURITY UPDATE: unsafe signal handling denial of service
    - nbd-server.c: move all signal handling logic away from the
      signal handler context to the main loop.
    - http://anonscm.debian.org/cgit/users/wouter/nbd.git/commit/?h=debian-jessie&id=383e4a70c3990be6561a02d8f068ba1fa77a2e12
    - CVE-2015-0847

 -- Steve Beattie <email address hidden>  Thu, 21 May 2015 00:47:38 -0700

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Steve Beattie on 2015-05-21
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Binary packages built by this source

nbd-client: Network Block Device protocol - client

 Network Block Device (NBD) is a client/server protocol that
 emulates a block device (such as a hard disk, a floppy, or a CD-ROM)
 over the network, thus giving the system the ability to swap over the
 network, or to use raw network disk space for other purposes.
 .
 However, writing to one Network Block Device from different clients
 simultaneously is not recommended, and would probably result in data
 loss. If you want multiple clients to share a remote resource, use a
 network file system such as NFS or Coda.
 .
 This package provides the client binary for NBD.

nbd-client-dbgsym: debug symbols for package nbd-client

 Network Block Device (NBD) is a client/server protocol that
 emulates a block device (such as a hard disk, a floppy, or a CD-ROM)
 over the network, thus giving the system the ability to swap over the
 network, or to use raw network disk space for other purposes.
 .
 However, writing to one Network Block Device from different clients
 simultaneously is not recommended, and would probably result in data
 loss. If you want multiple clients to share a remote resource, use a
 network file system such as NFS or Coda.
 .
 This package provides the client binary for NBD.

nbd-client-udeb: Network Block Device protocol - client for Debian Installer

 Network Block Device (NBD) is a client/server protocol that
 emulates a block device (such as a hard disk, a floppy, or a CD-ROM)
 over the network, thus giving the system the ability to swap over the
 network, or to use raw network disks pace for other purposes.
 .
 This package provides the client binary for NBD.
 .
 It is a minimal version meant for use in the installer only.

nbd-client-udeb-dbgsym: debug symbols for package nbd-client-udeb

 Network Block Device (NBD) is a client/server protocol that
 emulates a block device (such as a hard disk, a floppy, or a CD-ROM)
 over the network, thus giving the system the ability to swap over the
 network, or to use raw network disks pace for other purposes.
 .
 This package provides the client binary for NBD.
 .
 It is a minimal version meant for use in the installer only.

nbd-server: Network Block Device protocol - server

 Network Block Device (NBD) is a client/server protocol that
 emulates a block device (such as a hard disk, a floppy, or a CD-ROM)
 over the network, thus giving the system the ability to swap over the
 network, or to use raw network disk space for other purposes.
 .
 However, writing to one Network Block Device from different clients
 simultaneously is not recommended, and would probably result in data
 loss. If you want multiple clients to share a remote resource, use a
 network file system such as NFS or Coda.
 .
 This package provides the server binary for NBD.

nbd-server-dbgsym: debug symbols for package nbd-server

 Network Block Device (NBD) is a client/server protocol that
 emulates a block device (such as a hard disk, a floppy, or a CD-ROM)
 over the network, thus giving the system the ability to swap over the
 network, or to use raw network disk space for other purposes.
 .
 However, writing to one Network Block Device from different clients
 simultaneously is not recommended, and would probably result in data
 loss. If you want multiple clients to share a remote resource, use a
 network file system such as NFS or Coda.
 .
 This package provides the server binary for NBD.