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Debian has updated rails (multiple vulnerabilities).
openSUSE has updated clamav (security hardening fixes).
Slackware has updated libssh (denial of service).
Ubuntu has updated bind (denial of service).
CentOS has updated pixman (C6: code execution).
Fedora has updated eucalyptus (F18: unauthorized snapshot manipulation).
Oracle has updated pixman (OL6: code execution).
Red Hat has updated pixman (RHEL6: code execution).
Scientific Linux has updated pixman (SL6: code execution).
Ubuntu has updated libxml2 (denial of service).
Update: see Groklaw for analysis and the text of the decision.
Python core developer Raymond Hettinger's PyCon 2013 keynote had elements of a revival meeting sermon, but it was also meant to spread the "religion" well beyond those inside the meeting tent. Hettinger specifically tasked attendees to use his "What makes Python awesome?" talk as a sales tool with management and other Python skeptics. Subscribers can get the full coverage of the talk from this week's edition at the link below.
Debian has updated icinga (code execution).
openSUSE has updated pigz (information disclosure).
Red Hat has updated perl (multiple vulnerabilities).
Scientific Linux has updated perl (multiple vulnerabilities).