RHSB-2020-002 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.3 Security Release Notes

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Release Date: November 3, 2020
Release: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.3

In this product release, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.3 has undergone various improvements and additions, including feature enhancements, bug fixes, and security updates.. As part of our commitment to providing the latest security information, we have compiled the security fixes addressed in this product release.

To access and download Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.3, please visit: https://access.redhat.com/downloads/.

The following components with associated severity rating in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.3 were affected:

  • Important severity issues fixed in dpdk
  • Moderate severity issues fixed in GNOME, SDL, bind, bluez, cloud-init, container-tools:rhel8, cryptsetup, curl, cyrus-imapd, cyrus-sasl, dovecot, edk2, expat, file-roller, fontforge, freeradius:3.0, freerdp, frr, gd, glibc, gnupg2, grafana, httpd:2.4, idm:DL1, kernel, kernel-rt, libarchive, libexif, libgcrypt, libldb, librabbitmq, librsvg2, libsolv, libssh, libtiff, libvpx, libxml2, libxslt, mailman:2.1, mingw-expat, oddjob, oniguruma, opensc, openwsman, pcre2, pki-core:10.6, prometheus-jmx-exporter, python-pip, python27:2.7, python3, python38:3.8, qt5-qtbase, spamassassin, sqlite, squid:4, subversion:1.10, targetcli, tcpdump, varnish:6, vim, virt:rhel
  • Low severity issues fixed in binutils, cups, evolution, gnome-software, libpcap, libreoffice, openssl, poppler, resource-agents, sysstat, systemd

The list contains all security fixes for each product component and the designated Common Vulnerability Exposure (CVE). The CVE page contains more information about the flaw affecting the component while the errata contains more information about the fix.