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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
(CVE-2006-7246).

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
(CVE-2011-2176)

Fixed bugs
bnc#574266
VUL-0: NetworkManager unsafe for WPA2 Enterprise networks
bnc#702016
VUL-0: NetworkManager: did not honour PolicyKit auth_admin action element by creation of Ad-Hoc wireless networks
CVE#CVE-2006-7246
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CVE#CVE-2011-2176
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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