Package Release Info

rubygem-activestorage-5.2-5.2.3-bp154.1.20

Update Info: Base Release
Available in Package Hub : 15 SP4

platforms

AArch64
ppc64le
s390x
x86-64

subpackages

ruby2.5-rubygem-activestorage-5.2
ruby2.5-rubygem-activestorage-doc-5.2

Change Logs

Version: 5.2.3-bp151.1.4
* Fri Mar 29 2019 Stephan Kulow <coolo@suse.com>
- updated to version 5.2.3
  see installed CHANGELOG.md
  [#]# Rails 5.2.3 (March 27, 2019) ##
  * No changes.
* Thu Mar 14 2019 Marcus Rueckert <mrueckert@suse.de>
- update to version 5.2.2.1:
  https://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2019/3/13/Rails-4-2-5-1-5-1-6-2-have-been-released/
  CVE-2019-5418 CVE-2019-5419 CVE-2019-5420
* Sat Jan 19 2019 Marcus Rueckert <mrueckert@suse.de>
- rb_build_ruby_abi needs to be rb_build_ruby_abis
* Fri Jan 18 2019 Marcus Rueckert <mrueckert@suse.de>
- limit to ruby 2.5 and above for 42.3/sle12
* Sat Dec 08 2018 Stephan Kulow <coolo@suse.com>
- updated to version 5.2.2
  see installed CHANGELOG.md
  [#]# Rails 5.2.2 (December 04, 2018) ##
  * Support multiple submit buttons in Active Storage forms.
  * Chr?s Seelus*
  * Fix `ArgumentError` when uploading to amazon s3
  * Hiroki Sanpei*
  * Add a foreign-key constraint to the `active_storage_attachments` table for blobs.
  * George Claghorn*
  * Discard `ActiveStorage::PurgeJobs` for missing blobs.
  * George Claghorn*
  * Fix uploading Tempfiles to Azure Storage.
  * George Claghorn*
* Mon Dec 03 2018 mschnitzer@suse.com
- updated to version 5.2.1.1 (boo#1118076)
- addresses a security vulnerability (CVE-2018-16477, boo#1117641)
  Signed download URLs generated by `ActiveStorage` for Google Cloud Storage
  service and Disk service include `content-disposition` and `content-type`
  parameters that an attacker can modify. This can be used to upload specially
  crafted HTML files and have them served and executed inline. Combined with
  other techniques such as cookie bombing and specially crafted AppCache
  manifests,
  an attacker can gain access to private signed URLs within a specific
  storage path.
  Vulnerable apps are those using either GCS or the Disk service in
  production.
  Other storage services such as S3 or Azure aren't affected.
  All users running an affected release should either upgrade or use one of
  the
  workarounds immediately. For those using GCS, it's also recommended to run
  the
  following to update existing blobs:
  ```
  ActiveStorage::Blob.find_each do |blob|
    blob.send :update_service_metadata
  end
  ```
* Wed Aug 08 2018 mschnitzer@suse.com
- updated to version 5.2.1 (boo#1104209)
  * Fix direct upload with zero-byte files.
    (George Claghorn)
  * Exclude JSON root from `active_storage/direct_uploads#create` response.
    (Javan Makhmali)
* Mon Apr 16 2018 mschnitzer@suse.com
- initialize package
  see changelog: https://github.com/rails/rails/blob/v5.2.0/activestorage/CHANGELOG.md