Security updates have been issued by CentOS (kernel), Debian (kernel, linux-4.9, postgresql-9.4, and ruby-zip), Fedora (cgit, firefox, knot-resolver, mingw-LibRaw, php-symfony, php-symfony3, php-symfony4, php-zendframework-zend-diactoros, php-zendframework-zend-feed, php-zendframework-zend-http, python2-django1.11, quazip, sox, and thunderbird-enigmail), openSUSE (python-Django and seamonkey), Oracle (kernel), Red Hat (kernel, kernel-rt, and redhat-virtualization-host), Scientific Linux (kernel), Slackware (openssl), SUSE (clamav, firefox, kernel, and samba), and Ubuntu (kernel, libxml2, linux, linux-aws, linux-kvm, linux-raspi2, linux-snapdragon, linux-hwe, linux-azure, linux-gcp, linux-lts-trusty, linux-lts-xenial, linux-aws, linux-raspi2, and samba).
Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (thunderbird), Debian (gdm3 and samba), openSUSE (cgit and lxc), SUSE (grafana, kafka, logstash, openstack-monasca-installer and samba), and Ubuntu (gdm3 and libarchive).
Hundreds (at least) of kernel bugs are fixed every month. Given the
kernel’s privileged position within the system, a relatively large portion
of those bugs have security implications. Many bugs are relatively easily
noticed once they are triggered; that leads to them being fixed. Some
bugs, though, can be hard to detect, a result that can be worsened by the
design of in-kernel APIs. A proposed change to how user-space accessors
work will, hopefully, help to shine a light on one class of stealthy bugs.
Security updates have been issued by Debian (blender, openjdk-8, postgresql-9.6, and sam2p), Fedora (libmspack, mingw-glib2, mingw-glibmm24, and rsyslog), Mageia (blender, glpi, godot, kernel, lftp, libjpeg, libsndfile, libsoup, mariadb, mp3gain, openvpn, and soundtouch), openSUSE (cgit, libvirt, mailman, NetworkManager-vpnc, and sddm), Slackware (bind), and SUSE (ffmpeg, glibc, and libvirt).
Security updates have been issued by Fedora (exiv2, kernel-headers, kernel-tools, libgit2, and thunderbird-enigmail), openSUSE (blueman, cups, gdk-pixbuf, libcdio, libraw, libsoup, libtirpc, mysql-community-server, python-mitmproxy, sssd, and virtualbox), Red Hat (cobbler), SUSE (ceph, firefox, NetworkManager-vpnc, openssh, and wireshark), and Ubuntu (openjdk-7 and openjdk-8).