php-pear 1:1.10.1+submodules+notgz-6ubuntu0.1 source package in Ubuntu


php-pear (1:1.10.1+submodules+notgz-6ubuntu0.1) xenial-security; urgency=medium

  * SECURITY UPDATE: unserialization vulnerability in Archive_Tar
    - debian/patches/CVE-2018-1000888.patch: don't allow filenames to start
      with phar:// in submodules/Archive_Tar/Archive/Tar.php.
    - CVE-2018-1000888

 -- Marc Deslauriers <email address hidden>  Fri, 11 Jan 2019 13:24:22 -0500

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php-pear: PEAR Base System

 The PEAR package contains:
  * the PEAR installer, for creating, distributing
 and installing packages
  * the PEAR_Exception PHP error handling mechanism
  * the PEAR_ErrorStack advanced error handling mechanism
  * the PEAR_Error error handling mechanism
  * the OS_Guess class for retrieving info about the OS
 where PHP is running on
  * the System class for quick handling of common operations
 with files and directories
  * the PEAR base class
 Features in a nutshell:
  * full support for channels
  * pre-download dependency validation
  * new package.xml 2.0 format allows tremendous flexibility while maintaining
  * support for optional dependency groups and limited support for
  * robust dependency support
  * full dependency validation on uninstall
  * remote install for hosts with only ftp access - no more problems with
 restricted host installation
  * full support for mirroring
  * support for bundling several packages into a single tarball
  * support for static dependencies on a url-based package
  * support for custom file roles and installation tasks