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So would you check the updates already pushed 20 days ago?
(In reply to Mamoru TASAKA from comment #2)
> So would you check the updates already pushed 20 days ago?
Oops... not for this component, sorry.
Ruby is not vulnerable according to upstream:
All cases are rendered harmless by the Ruby interpreter,
then pure Ruby script can not make any attack.
But, Onigumo APIs are also published in Ruby, so we should
fix these issue, of course.
In Ruby these issues are not serious incidents, and in any case
we usually not treat such issues as vulnerabilities.
I think these should be treated as normal bugs.
See the detailed reasoning in tracking bugs ...
Closing this now as NOTABUG.
*** Bug 1457774 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***