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Date: Sun, 29 Mar 2015 10:48:00 +0200
Subject: [ MDVSA-2015:109 ] python-django

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 Mandriva Linux Security Advisory                         MDVSA-2015:109

 Package : python-django
 Date    : March 29, 2015
 Affected: Business Server 2.0

 Problem Description:

 Updated python-django packages fix security vulnerabilities:
 Jedediah Smith discovered that Django incorrectly handled underscores
 in WSGI headers. A remote attacker could possibly use this issue to
 spoof headers in certain environments (CVE-2015-0219).
 Mikko Ohtamaa discovered that Django incorrectly handled user-supplied
 redirect URLs. A remote attacker could possibly use this issue to
 perform a cross-site scripting attack (CVE-2015-0220).
 Alex Gaynor discovered that Django incorrectly handled reading files
 in django.views.static.serve(). A remote attacker could possibly use
 this issue to cause Django to consume resources, resulting in a denial
 of service (CVE-2015-0221).
 Keryn Knight discovered that Django incorrectly handled forms with
 ModelMultipleChoiceField. A remote attacker could possibly use this
 issue to cause a large number of SQL queries, resulting in a database
 denial of service. Note that this issue only affected python-django
 Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the contents function
 in admin/ in Django before 1.7.6 and 1.8 before 1.8b2
 allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via
 a model attribute in ModelAdmin.readonly_fields, as demonstrated by
 a \@property (CVE-2015-2241).


 Updated Packages:

 Mandriva Business Server 2/X86_64:
 f5401bdad08aa38aeb7d7b722e663128  mbs2/x86_64/python3-django-1.7.7-1.mbs2.noarch.rpm
 e47fddab7db9e487deb8974880ba475b  mbs2/x86_64/python-django-1.7.7-1.mbs2.noarch.rpm
 f9022725b658fd13fe8c2a32ff5a3bbf  mbs2/x86_64/python-django-bash-completion-1.7.7-1.mbs2.noarch.rpm
 ce25238c42af0efb885ae649890fed2e  mbs2/x86_64/python-django-doc-1.7.7-1.mbs2.noarch.rpm 
 f2f73820c324f1a946d0d55557fd24c2  mbs2/SRPMS/python-django-1.7.7-1.mbs2.src.rpm

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