Update for ImageMagick, ImageMagick.256, Mozilla... security low

NetworkManager security update

NetworkManager did not pin a certificate's subject to an
ESSID. A rogue access point could therefore be used to
conduct MITM attacks by using any other valid certificate
issued by same CA as used in the original network

Please note that existing WPA2 Enterprise connections need
to be deleted and re-created to take advantage of the new
security checks.

NetworkManager did not honor the PolicyKit auth_admin
setting when creating Ad-Hoc wireless networks

Fixed bugs
VUL-0: NetworkManager unsafe for WPA2 Enterprise networks
VUL-0: NetworkManager: did not honour PolicyKit auth_admin action element by creation of Ad-Hoc wireless networks
** RESERVED ** This candidate has been reserved by an organization or individual that will use it when announcing a new security problem. When the candidate has been publicized, the details for this candidate will be provided.
GNOME NetworkManager before 0.8.6 does not properly enforce the auth_admin element in PolicyKit, which allows local users to bypass intended wireless network sharing restrictions via unspecified vectors.
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