Debian 9.8 Released With Latest Security Fixes
Written by Michael Larabel in Debian on 16 February 2019 at 12:14 PM EST. 5 Comments
DEBIAN --
Debian 9.8 is available this weekend as the latest bug-fix / security fix update to Debian GNU/Linux "Stretch".

Debian 9.7 was released less than one month ago in order to address the APT security issue while Debian 9.8 is more of a general purpose bug-fix update.

Debian 9.8 features dozens of updated packages to address various bugs, security updates ranging from QEMU and Ceph to Chromium and systemd, updated Python 3 dependencies to multiple packages, addressing possible DoS vulnerabilities, and a range of other fixes.

The complete list of package changes and security updates for Debian 9.8 are outlined at Debian.org.
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