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Still no update for openstack-keystone-2014.1.2.1-1.fc21 (or fc20)
There are several upstream patches to choose from the upstream ticket https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1139937
Can we get an update for this package for FC20-22?
This bug has been around for a while, any update on the status of a fix?
What is the status of this update? Any timelines?
If we can't get an update on this we will have to begin the orphaning process.
Last ping on this before it goes to non-responsive maintainer process.
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There is a patch available on the tracker bug to fix this vulnerability. I'm trying to determine in what version upstream patched this as there are multiple versions in Fedora, now.
This vulnerability exists i the following:
Title: Configuration option leak through Keystone catalog
Reporter: Brant Knudson (IBM)
Versions: up to 2013.2.3 and 2014.1 versions up to 2014.1.2.1
Current versions in fedora package system:
Rawhide 2015.1.0-1.fc23 None
Fedora 22 2014.2.2-1.fc22 None
Fedora 21 2014.1.2.1-1.fc21 None
Fedora 20 2013.2.3-5.fc20 None
It's Possible Fedora 21 is still vulnerable, need to check if it's up to or up to and including 2014.1.2.1.
Confirmed that 2014.1.2.1 contains the fix:
"The catalog url replacement in OpenStack Identity (Keystone) before 2013.2.3 and 2014.1 before 2014.1.2.1 allows remote authenticated users to read sensitive configuration options via a crafted endpoint, as demonstrated by "$(admin_token)" in the publicurl endpoint field."
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