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Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2012 12:34:48 +0200
From: Moritz Muehlenhoff <jmm@...til.org>
To: michaelni@....at
Cc: oss-security@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Information on security issues fixed in ffmpeg 0.11?

Hi Michael,

[Adding the oss-security mailing list to CC, which is used by
all major distros to discuss security issues in open source
software]

http://ffmpeg.org/security.html lists several CVE ID, which
have been fixed in ffmpeg 0.11;

CVE-2012-2772, CVE-2012-2774, CVE-2012-2775, CVE-2012-2776, CVE-2012-2777,
CVE-2012-2779, CVE-2012-2782, CVE-2012-2783, CVE-2012-2784, CVE-2012-2785,
CVE-2012-2786, CVE-2012-2787, CVE-2012-2788, CVE-2012-2789, CVE-2012-2790,
CVE-2012-2791, CVE-2012-2792, CVE-2012-2793, CVE-2012-2794, CVE-2012-2795,
CVE-2012-2796, CVE-2012-2797, CVE-2012-2798, CVE-2012-2799, CVE-2012-2800,
CVE-2012-2801, CVE-2012-2802, CVE-2012-2803, CVE-2012-2804,

Do you additional information on these issues, preferably a matching git
commit to the CVE IDs?

Cheers,
        Moritz

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