When exiting joe in a non-standard way (such as a system crash, closing
an xterm, or a network connection going down), joe will unconditionally
append its open buffers to the file DEADJOE. This can be exploited by
the creation of DEADJOE symlinks in directories where root would
normally use joe. In this way, joe could be used to append garbage to
potentially sensitive files, resulting in a denial of service or other
Users of Linux-Mandrake 7.0 and earlier should also note that joe's
configuration files have moved from /usr/lib/joe to /etc/joe.
13d170b6ea743268d043d27ec13125b2 6.0/RPMS/joe-2.8-21.3mdk.i586.rpm 65c55ab73e66ea67ded58fb77a5fc7ea 6.0/SRPMS/joe-2.8-21.3mdk.src.rpm
8078bad4421a6e7090b23f6cf1f457df 6.1/RPMS/joe-2.8-21.3mdk.i586.rpm 65c55ab73e66ea67ded58fb77a5fc7ea 6.1/SRPMS/joe-2.8-21.3mdk.src.rpm
51c84ed7c0d859ae7c08414b92f54acc 7.0/RPMS/joe-2.8-21.3mdk.i586.rpm 65c55ab73e66ea67ded58fb77a5fc7ea 7.0/SRPMS/joe-2.8-21.3mdk.src.rpm
970975000a64dc08d8498f8d3e5d25f8 7.1/RPMS/joe-2.8-21.2mdk.i586.rpm 09652438758712eff7e04380c5d73013 7.1/SRPMS/joe-2.8-21.2mdk.src.rpm
409c7433858b819619f481597fbb18ea 7.2/RPMS/joe-2.8-21.1mdk.i586.rpm 736f08c1c8633667075e0d7f395b9697 7.2/SRPMS/joe-2.8-21.1mdk.src.rpm
To upgrade automatically, use MandrivaUpdate.
Please verify the update prior to upgrading to ensure the integrity of the downloaded package. You can do this with the command :
rpm --checksig package.rpm
You can get the GPG public key of the Mandriva Security Team to verify the GPG signature of each RPM.
If you use MandrivaUpdate, the verification of md5 checksum and GPG signature is performed automatically for you.