openjdk-7 7u181-2.6.14-0ubuntu0.1 source package in Ubuntu

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openjdk-7 (7u181-2.6.14-0ubuntu0.1) trusty-security; urgency=medium

  * IcedTea release 2.6.14 (based on 7u181). Closes: #898976.
  * Security fixes:
    - S8162488: JDK should be updated to use LittleCMS 2.8
    - S8180881: Better packaging of deserialization
    - S8182362: Update CipherOutputStream Usage
    - S8183032: Upgrade to LittleCMS 2.9
    - S8189123: More consistent classloading
    - S8189969, CVE-2018-2790: Manifest better manifest entries
    - S8189977, CVE-2018-2795: Improve permission portability
    - S8189981, CVE-2018-2796: Improve queuing portability
    - S8189985, CVE-2018-2797: Improve tabular data portability
    - S8189989, CVE-2018-2798: Improve container portability
    - S8189993, CVE-2018-2799: Improve document portability
    - S8189997, CVE-2018-2794: Enhance keystore mechanisms
    - S8190478: Improved interface method selection
    - S8190877: Better handling of abstract classes
    - S8191696: Better mouse positioning
    - S8192025, CVE-2018-2814: Less referential references
    - S8192030: Better MTSchema support
    - S8192757, CVE-2018-2815: Improve stub classes implementation
    - S8193409: Improve AES supporting classes
    - S8193414: Improvements in MethodType lookups
    - S8193833, CVE-2018-2800: Better RMI connection support
  * debian/patches/hotspot-disable-exec-shield-workaround.patch: removed,
    upstream fixed i386 stack guard support in S8197429 (hotspot's mercurial
    commit 6636:d673ec579604).
  * debian/patches/hotspot-powerpcspe.diff: removed, support added upstream by
    S8186461 in hotspot's mercurial commit 6638:7517e77dd338.
  * debian/patches/it-patch-updates.diff: remove unnecessary hunks.
  * debian/rules: remove hotspot-powerpcspe.diff and
    hotspot-disable-exec-shield-workaround.patch from applied patches.

 -- Tiago Stürmer Daitx <email address hidden>  Mon, 04 Jun 2018 23:11:45 +0000

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