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                    USN-5739-1: MariaDB vulnerabilities
                             24 November 2022


        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary

Product:           MariaDB
Publisher:         Ubuntu
Operating System:  Ubuntu
Resolution:        Patch/Upgrade
CVE Names:         CVE-2022-32091 CVE-2022-32089 CVE-2022-32088
                   CVE-2022-32087 CVE-2022-32086 CVE-2022-32085
                   CVE-2022-32084 CVE-2022-32083 CVE-2022-32082
                   CVE-2022-32081 CVE-2022-27458 CVE-2022-27457
                   CVE-2022-27456 CVE-2022-27455 CVE-2022-27452
                   CVE-2022-27451 CVE-2022-27449 CVE-2022-27448
                   CVE-2022-27447 CVE-2022-27446 CVE-2022-27445
                   CVE-2022-27444 CVE-2022-27387 CVE-2022-27386
                   CVE-2022-27384 CVE-2022-27383 CVE-2022-27382
                   CVE-2022-27381 CVE-2022-27380 CVE-2022-27379
                   CVE-2022-27378 CVE-2022-27377 CVE-2022-27376
                   CVE-2022-21427 CVE-2021-46669 CVE-2018-25032

Original Bulletin: 

Comment: CVSS (Max):  7.5 CVE-2022-32091 (CVSS:3.1/AV:N/AC:L/PR:N/UI:N/S:U/C:N/I:N/A:H)
         CVSS Source: NVD
         Calculator:  https://www.first.org/cvss/calculator/3.1#CVSS:3.1/AV:N/AC:L/PR:N/UI:N/S:U/C:N/I:N/A:H

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USN-5739-1: MariaDB vulnerabilities
23 November 2022

Several security issues were fixed in MariaDB.

  o Ubuntu 22.10
  o Ubuntu 22.04 LTS
  o Ubuntu 20.04 LTS


  o mariadb-10.3 - MariaDB database
  o mariadb-10.6 - MariaDB database


Several security issues were discovered in MariaDB and this update
includes new upstream MariaDB versions to fix these issues.

MariaDB has been updated to 10.3.37 in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and to 10.6.11
in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS and Ubuntu 22.10.

In addition to security fixes, the updated packages contain bug fixes,
new features, and possibly incompatible changes.

Update instructions

The problem can be corrected by updating your system to the following package

Ubuntu 22.10

  o mariadb-server - 1:10.6.11-0ubuntu0.22.10.1

Ubuntu 22.04

  o mariadb-server - 1:10.6.11-0ubuntu0.22.04.1

Ubuntu 20.04

  o mariadb-server - 1:10.3.37-0ubuntu0.20.04.1

This update uses a new upstream release, which includes additional bug
fixes. In general, a standard system update will make all the necessary


  o CVE-2022-27448
  o CVE-2022-27376
  o CVE-2022-32088
  o CVE-2022-32082
  o CVE-2022-32087
  o CVE-2021-46669
  o CVE-2022-27382
  o CVE-2022-32091
  o CVE-2022-32083
  o CVE-2022-21427
  o CVE-2022-27456
  o CVE-2022-27378
  o CVE-2022-27377
  o CVE-2022-27457
  o CVE-2022-32089
  o CVE-2022-27455
  o CVE-2022-27387
  o CVE-2022-27380
  o CVE-2022-27379
  o CVE-2022-27381
  o CVE-2022-32084
  o CVE-2022-27444
  o CVE-2022-32086
  o CVE-2022-27383
  o CVE-2022-27447
  o CVE-2022-27449
  o CVE-2022-32085
  o CVE-2022-27445
  o CVE-2022-27386
  o CVE-2022-27384
  o CVE-2022-27452
  o CVE-2022-32081
  o CVE-2022-27451
  o CVE-2018-25032
  o CVE-2022-27446
  o CVE-2022-27458

Related notices

  o USN-5400-1 : mysql-testsuite-5.7, mysql-source-5.7, mysql-client-core-5.7,
    mysql-8.0, mysql-server-core-8.0, mysql-testsuite-8.0,
    mysql-client-core-8.0, mysql-router, libmysqlclient-dev, mysql-server-5.7,
    mysql-client-8.0, mysql-server, mysql-client-5.7, mysql-testsuite,
    mysql-server-core-5.7, libmysqld-dev, libmysqlclient20, mysql-source-8.0,
    mysql-server-8.0, libmysqlclient21, mysql-client, mysql-5.7
  o USN-5400-2 : mysql-server-core-5.7, mysql-testsuite-5.7, libmysqld-dev,
    mysql-source-5.7, libmysqlclient20, mysql-server-5.7,
    mysql-client-core-5.7, mysql-client, mysql-server, mysql-client-5.7,
    mysql-common, libmysqlclient-dev, mysql-testsuite, mysql-5.7
  o USN-5355-1 : zlib, lib64z1, libx32z1, lib64z1-dev, lib32z1, zlib1g-dev,
    zlib1g, lib32z1-dev, libx32z1-dev
  o USN-5355-2 : zlib, lib64z1, libx32z1, zlib-bin, lib64z1-dev, lib32z1,
    zlib1g-dev, zlib1g, lib32z1-dev, libx32z1-dev
  o USN-5359-1 : rsync
  o USN-5359-2 : rsync

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