Debian 12.5 Released To Provide The Latest Security & Bug Fixes

Written by Michael Larabel in Debian on 11 February 2024 at 12:00 AM EST. 24 Comments
Debian 12.5 is out this weekend as the newest stable point release for this widely-used Linux distribution in order to ship the latest security fixes and various bug fixes.

Debian 12.5 is the newest update for the Debian "Bookworm" series. Debian 12.5 updates packages like FileZilla and Dropbear for the Terrapin Attack, the ISL package has been fixed for use on older CPUs, updated timezone data, an infinite loop issue is fixed with PyPDF/PyPDF2, BerkeleyDB read-only back-end support is now enabled for RPM, updated timezone data, and dozens of other security fixes as well as general bug fixes.

Debian 12 installer

The security fixes span from Chromium and LibreOffice to the X.Org Server, cURL, Firefox ESR, OpenJDK, and plenty of other widely-used software.

Downloads and more details on the Debian 12.5 point release via
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