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[opensuse-factory] TW 20200625: mutt and ssh tunnel connects fail
  • From: Peter Suetterlin <pit@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 3 Jul 2020 12:25:14 +0100
  • Message-id: <20200703112514.GA15891@woodstock.pitnet>

Hi,

after upgrade to mutt 1.14.4 I could not connect to my mail server anymore. I
use a preconnect tunnel using ssh to start imapd, but now only get "Encrypted
connection unavailable".

Found this one:
https://www.mail-archive.com/debian-bugs-dist@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/msg1751067.html

Indeed, setting ssl_starttls=no makes it work again. Assuming it's already
reported upstream - should I file a boo report or not?
It's at least a nasty one as it breaks existing working configurations...

Dominique Leuenberger wrote:

Packages changed:
mutt (1.14.1 -> 1.14.4)
==== mutt ====
Version update (1.14.1 -> 1.14.4)
Subpackages: mutt-doc mutt-lang

- Update to 1.14.4 - bug-fix release (boo#1173197, CVE-2020-14954)
* Fix STARTTLS response injection attack.
- Update to 1.14.3 - bug-fix release (boo#1172906, boo#1172935,
CVE-2020-14093, CVE-2020-14154)
* Prevent possible IMAP MITM via PREAUTH response.
* expired where certs not properly rejected with GnuTLS
* Fix GnuTLS interactive prompt short-circuiting.
* Abort GnuTLS certificate check if a cert in the chain is rejected.
* Fix GnuTLS tls_verify_peers() checking.
* Fix GNUTLS_E_NO_CERTIFICATE_FOUND check to be against verify_ret
instead of certstat.
* Fix gnutls_strerror() call to use verify_ret instead of certstat.
- Modify/refresh patches
* aw.listreply.diff
* bsc907453-CVE-2014-9116-jessie.patch
* bug-676388-largefile.patch
* mutt-1.10.1-imap.patch
* mutt-1.13.3.dif
* mutt-1.5.15-wrapcolumn.diff
* mutt-1.5.20-sendgroupreplyto.diff
* mutt-1.5.21-mailcap.diff
* mutt-1.5.23-carriage-return.path
* mutt-1.5.9i-pgpewrap.diff
* mutt-1.6.1-opennfs.dif
* mutt-Fix-SIGQUIT-handling.patch
* patch-1.5.24.vk.pgp_verbose_mime
* widechar.sidebar.dif
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