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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.17.13, Package name: go117-1.17.13, Maintainer: bsiegert

The Go programming language is an open source project to make
programmers more productive.

Go is expressive, concise, clean, and efficient. Its concurrency
mechanisms make it easy to write programs that get the most out of
multicore and networked machines, while its novel type system enables
flexible and modular program construction. Go compiles quickly to
machine code yet has the convenience of garbage collection and the power
of run-time reflection. It's a fast, statically typed, compiled language
that feels like a dynamically typed, interpreted language.


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   2022-10-01 13:25:52 by Benny Siegert | Files touched by this commit (51) | Package removed
Log message:
go19, go110, go116, go117: remove

Go 1.9 and 1.10 are no longer useful because they do not support
module-based builds, which is most other packages now.

Go 1.16 and 1.17 are end of life.

ok to remove from gdt@ on tech-pkg@.
   2022-08-12 17:48:36 by Benny Siegert | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
go117: update to 1.17.13 (security).

1 security fix following the security policy:

encoding/gob & math/big: decoding big.Float and big.Rat can panic

Decoding big.Float and big.Rat types can panic if the encoded message is too
short.
This is CVE-2022-32189 and Go issue https://go.dev/issue/53871.
   2022-07-13 16:14:18 by Benny Siegert | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
go117: update to 1.17.12 (security update)

This minor release includes 9 security fixes following the security policy:

net/http: improper sanitization of Transfer-Encoding header

The HTTP/1 client accepted some invalid Transfer-Encoding headers as indicating
a "chunked" encoding. This could potentially allow for request \ 
smuggling, but
only if combined with an intermediate server that also improperly failed to
reject the header as invalid.

This is CVE-2022-1705 and https://go.dev/issue/53188.

When httputil.ReverseProxy.ServeHTTP was called with a Request.Header map
containing a nil value for the X-Forwarded-For header, ReverseProxy would set
the client IP as the value of the X-Forwarded-For header, contrary to its
documentation. In the more usual case where a Director function set the
X-Forwarded-For header value to nil, ReverseProxy would leave the header
unmodified as expected.

This is https://go.dev/issue/53423 and CVE-2022-32148.

Thanks to Christian Mehlmauer for reporting this issue.

compress/gzip: stack exhaustion in Reader.Read

Calling Reader.Read on an archive containing a large number of concatenated
0-length compressed files can cause a panic due to stack exhaustion.

This is CVE-2022-30631 and Go issue https://go.dev/issue/53168.

encoding/xml: stack exhaustion in Unmarshal

Calling Unmarshal on a XML document into a Go struct which has a nested field
that uses the any field tag can cause a panic due to stack exhaustion.

This is CVE-2022-30633 and Go issue https://go.dev/issue/53611.

encoding/xml: stack exhaustion in Decoder.Skip

Calling Decoder.Skip when parsing a deeply nested XML document can cause a
panic due to stack exhaustion.

The Go Security team discovered this issue, and it was independently reported
by Juho Nurminen of Mattermost.

This is CVE-2022-28131 and Go issue https://go.dev/issue/53614.

encoding/gob: stack exhaustion in Decoder.Decode

Calling Decoder.Decode on a message which contains deeply nested structures can
cause a panic due to stack exhaustion.

This is CVE-2022-30635 and Go issue https://go.dev/issue/53615.

path/filepath: stack exhaustion in Glob

Calling Glob on a path which contains a large number of path separators can
cause a panic due to stack exhaustion.

Thanks to Juho Nurminen of Mattermost for reporting this issue.

This is CVE-2022-30632 and Go issue https://go.dev/issue/53416.

io/fs: stack exhaustion in Glob

Calling Glob on a path which contains a large number of path separators can
cause a panic due to stack exhaustion.

This is CVE-2022-30630 and Go issue https://go.dev/issue/53415.

go/parser: stack exhaustion in all Parse* functions

Calling any of the Parse functions on Go source code which contains deeply
nested types or declarations can cause a panic due to stack exhaustion.

Thanks to Juho Nurminen of Mattermost for reporting this issue.

This is CVE-2022-1962 and Go issue https://go.dev/issue/53616.
   2022-06-28 13:38:00 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (3952)
Log message:
*: recursive bump for perl 5.36
   2022-06-02 20:19:26 by Benny Siegert | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
Update go117 to 1.17.11

This minor release includes 4 security fixes following the security policy
<https://go.dev/security>:

   - crypto/rand: rand.Read hangs with extremely large buffers

   On Windows, rand.Read will hang indefinitely if passed a buffer larger
   than 1 << 32 - 1 bytes.

   Thanks to Davis Goodin and Quim Muntal, working at Microsoft on the Go
   toolset, for reporting this issue.

   This is CVE-2022-30634 and Go issue https://go.dev/issue/52561.

   - crypto/tls: session tickets lack random ticket_age_add

   Session tickets generated by crypto/tls did not contain a randomly
   generated ticket_age_add. This allows an attacker that can observe TLS
   handshakes to correlate successive connections by comparing ticket ages
   during session resumption.

   Thanks to GitHub user @nervuri for reporting this.

   This is CVE-2022-30629 and Go issue https://go.dev/issue/52814.

   - os/exec: empty Cmd.Path can result in running unintended binary on
   Windows

   If, on Windows, Cmd.Run, cmd.Start, cmd.Output, or cmd.CombinedOutput
   are executed when Cmd.Path is unset and, in the working directory, there
   are binaries named either "..com" or "..exe", they will \ 
be executed.

   Thanks to Chris Darroch (chrisd8088@github.com), brian m. carlson (
   bk2204@github.com), and Mikhail Shcherbakov (https://twitter.com/yu5k3)
   for reporting this.

   This is CVE-2022-30580 and Go issue https://go.dev/issue/52574.

   - path/filepath: Clean(`.\c:`) returns `c:` on Windows

   On Windows, the filepath.Clean function could convert an invalid path to
   a valid, absolute path. For example, Clean(`.\c:`) returned `c:`.

   Thanks to Unrud for reporting this issue.

   This is CVE-2022-29804 and Go issue https://go.dev/issue/52476.
   2022-05-11 20:39:42 by Benny Siegert | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
go117: update to 1.17.10 (security)

go1.17.10 (released 2022-05-10) includes security fixes to the syscall package,
as well as bug fixes to the compiler, runtime, and the crypto/x509 and
net/http/httptest packages. See the Go 1.17.10 milestone on our issue tracker
for details.
   2022-04-13 21:37:39 by Jonathan Perkin | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
go117: Unbreak PLIST.
   2022-04-13 09:36:53 by Benny Siegert | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
go117: update to 1.17.9

This minor release includes three security fixes following the security policy:

- encoding/pem: fix stack overflow in Decode

  A large (more than 5 MB) PEM input can cause a stack overflow in Decode,
  leading the program to crash.

  Thanks to Juho Nurminen of Mattermost who reported the error.

  This is CVE-2022-24675 and https://go.dev/issue/51853.

- crypto/elliptic: tolerate all oversized scalars in generic P-256

  A crafted scalar input longer than 32 bytes can cause P256().ScalarMult or
  P256().ScalarBaseMult to panic. Indirect uses through crypto/ecdsa and
  crypto/tls are unaffected. amd64, arm64, ppc64le, and s390x are unaffected.

  This was discovered thanks to a Project Wycheproof test vector.

  This is CVE-2022-28327 and https://go.dev/issue/52075.

- crypto/x509: non-compliant certificates can cause a panic in Verify on macOS \ 
in Go 1.18

  Verifying certificate chains containing certificates which are not compliant
  with RFC 5280 causes Certificate.Verify to panic on macOS.

  These chains can be delivered through TLS and can cause a crypto/tls or
  net/http client to crash.

  Thanks to Tailscale for doing weird things and finding this.

  This is CVE-2022-27536 and https://go.dev/issue/51759.