openjdk-8 8u151-b12-0ubuntu0.17.10.2 source package in Ubuntu

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openjdk-8 (8u151-b12-0ubuntu0.17.10.2) artful-security; urgency=medium

  * Update to 8u151-b12. Hotspot 8u144-b01 for aarch32 with 8u151 hotspot
    patches.
  * Security patches:
    - CVE-2017-10274, S8169026: Handle smartcard clean up better. If a
      CardImpl can be recovered via finalization, then separate instances
      pointing to the same device can be created.
    - CVE-2017-10281, S8174109: Better queuing priorities. PriorityQueue's
      readObject allocates an array based on data in the stream which could
      cause an OOM.
    - CVE-2017-10285, S8174966: Unreferenced references. RMI's Unreferenced
      thread can be used as the root of a Trusted Method Chain.
    - CVE-2017-10295, S8176751: Better URL connections. On Ubuntu (and
      possibly other Linux flavors) CR-NL in the host field are ignored and
      can be used to inject headers in an HTTP request stream.
    - CVE-2017-10388, S8178794: Correct Kerberos ticket grants. Kerberos
      implementations can incorrectly take information from the unencrypted
      portion of the ticket from the KDC. This can lead to an MITM attack
      impersonating Kerberos services.
    - CVE-2017-10346, S8180711: Better alignment of special invocations. A
      missing load constraint for some invokespecial cases can allow invoking
      a method from an unrelated class.
    - CVE-2017-10350, S8181100: Better Base Exceptions. An array is allocated
      based on data in the serial stream without a limit onthe size.
    - CVE-2017-10347, S8181323: Better timezone processing. An array is
      allocated based on data in the serial stream without a limit on the
      size.
    - CVE-2017-10349, S8181327: Better Node predications. An array is
      allocated based on data in the serial stream without a limit onthe size.
    - CVE-2017-10345, S8181370: Better keystore handling. A malicious
      serialized object in a keystore can cause a DoS when using keytool.
    - CVE-2017-10348, S8181432: Better processing of unresolved permissions.
      An array is allocated based on data in the serial stream without a limit
      onthe size.
    - CVE-2017-10357, S8181597: Process Proxy presentation. A malicious
      serialized stream could cause an OOM due to lack on checking on the
      number of interfaces read from the stream for a Proxy.
    - CVE-2017-10355, S8181612: More stable connection processing. If an
      attack can cause an application to open a connection to a malicious FTP
      server (e.g., via XML), then a thread can be tied up indefinitely in
      accept(2).
    - CVE-2017-10356, S8181692: Update storage implementations. JKS and JCEKS
      keystores should be retired from common use in favor of more modern
      keystore protections.
    - CVE-2016-10165, S8183028: Improve CMS header processing. Missing bounds
      check could lead to leaked memory contents.
    - CVE-2016-9841, S8184682: Upgrade compression library. There were four
      off by one errors found in the zlib library. Two of them are long typed
      which could lead to RCE.
  * debian/rules:
    - own /usr/share/man/man1 since we use it in the postinst script.
      Closes: #863199.
    - openjdk8 now ships limited and unlimited policy.jar files (S8157561)
      into their own directories under jre/lib/security/policy, thus we
      must to copy those directories instead of the policy.jar files.
  * debian/rules, debian/patches/sec-webrev-8u151-hotspot-8179084.patch,
    debian/patches/sec-webrev-8u151-hotspot-8180711.patch: apply
    hotspot security updates to both aarch32 and aarch64.
  * debian/patches/gcc6.diff, debian/patches/aarch64.diff,
    debian/patches/aarch32.diff, debian/patches/m68k-support.diff,
    debian/patches/system-libjpeg.diff: removed hunks related to
    the common/autoconf/generated-configure.sh file as we regenerate
    it, no need to keep maintaining those.
  * debian/patches/hotspot-ppc64el-S8168318-cmpldi.patch: use cmpldi instead
    of li/cmpld. LP: #1723893.
  * debian/patches/hotspot-ppc64el-S8170328-andis.patch: use andis instead of
    lis/and. LP: #1723862.
  * debian/patches/hotspot-ppc64el-S8145913-montgomery-multiply-intrinsic.patch:
    add Montgomery multiply intrinsic. LP: #1723860.
  * debian/patches/hotspot-ppc64el-S8181810-leverage-extrdi.patch: leverage
    extrdi for bitfield extract is absent in OpenJDK 8. LP: #1723861.
  * debian/patches/jdk-S8165852-overlayfs.patch: mount point not found for a
    file which is present in overlayfs.

 -- Tiago Stürmer Daitx <email address hidden>  Mon, 23 Oct 2017 22:43:02 +0000

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