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70. By Dave Chiluk on 2013-10-28

Avoid SEGV if file2str should read zero bytes. This is a backport of
526bc5df from upstream. When utility buffers were introduced for file2str
read requests, a subtle change was inadvertently introduced such that a
read of zero no longer returns a -1 value. This returns to the behavior to
returning -1 on zero byte reads. (LP: #1242746)

69. By Serge Hallyn on 2013-10-16

ignore_eaccess.patch: If we get eaccess when opening a sysctl file for
writing, don't error out. Otherwise package upgrades can fail, especially
in containers. (LP: #1157643)

68. By Dave Chiluk on 2013-09-26

Backport of a45dace4 and 95d01362 in order to enable dynamically
allocated buffers in file2str. This fixes a number of seg fault problems
including the one related to large numbers of groups per user.
(LP: #1150413)

67. By dann frazier on 2013-08-16

* pwdx.c: Fix pwdx argument parsing, fixing FTBFS on arm64 (LP: #1213156)
* pwdx.c: Fix failure when executed in a nonexistent locale (LP: #1213160)

66. By Matthias Klose on 2013-01-04

Fix cross build.

65. By Kees Cook on 2012-11-28

debian/sysctl.d/10-link-restrictions.conf: even though the Ubuntu
kernel is built with these defaults in place, we want to make sure
that people running stock kernels don't miss out.

64. By Steve Langasek on 2012-07-17

releasing version 1:3.3.3-2ubuntu3

63. By Steve Langasek on 2012-07-17

debian/sysctl.d/10-magic-sysrq.conf: adjust to 176 by default, retaining
support for the critical sync, remount, reboot functions. SysRq+E and
SysRq+I are still disabled, which unfortunately means SysRq by default
cannot be used to kill a broken X server; but the only way to enable
these would be to re-enable SysRq+F, which is one of the options that's
problematic security-wise. LP: #1025467

62. By Marc Deslauriers on 2012-06-21

Add debian/sysctl.d/10-magic-sysrq.conf: disable the magic sysrq key
by default, since it's not needed for the average system, and exposes
security issues such as memory disclosure and killing arbitrary
processes including the screen lock. (LP: #194676)

61. By Oliver Grawert on 2012-06-20

* Merge from Debian unstable. Remaining changes:
  - debian/sysctl.d (Ubuntu-specific):
    + 10-console-messages.conf: stop low-level kernel messages on console.
    + 10-kernel-hardening.conf: add the kptr_restrict setting
    + 10-keyboard.conf.powerpc: mouse button emulation on PowerPC.
    + 10-network-security.conf: enable rp_filter and SYN-flood protection.
    + 10-ptrace.conf: describe new PTRACE setting.
    + 10-zeropage.conf: safe mmap_min_addr value for graceful fall-back.
    + README: describe how this directory is supposed to work.
  - debian/upstart (Ubuntu-specific): upstart configuration to replace old
    style sysv init script

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