Fedora has updated owncloud (multiple vulnerabilities).
Mageia has updated mesa (code execution).
Oracle has updated hypervkvpd (denial of service).
Scientific Linux has updated hypervkvpd (denial of service).
Ubuntu has updated gpsd (code execution).
We recommend (but do not require) that all users take this time to change their passwords, update their security questions/answers and review their other account information.
We also want to gauge this from the point of view of someone who's not as familiar with Linux as others are, so they can jump into the project without too much hassle, and not end up leaving it feeling disheartened.
Mageia has updated ffmpeg (multiple vulnerabilities), wordpress (three vulnerabilities), ekiga, opal3, ptlib (denial of service), nrpe (code execution), x11-server (keystroke capture), glibc (two denial of service flaws), and libtiff (two vulnerabilities).
Ubuntu has updated telepathy-idle (13.04, 12.10, 12.04: certificate validation botch).
Ubuntu has updated openjdk-6 (multiple vulnerabilities).
A fresh batch of new stable kernels is now available. Greg Kroah-Hartman has released 3.8.9, 3.4.42, and 3.0.75, while Ben Hutchings has released 3.2.44. Each release includes the usual battery of important fixes and updates.
UPDATE: Greg Kroah-Hartman has subsequently released 3.8.10, which fixes a build error in 3.8.9 when compiling with user namespaces enabled.
CentOS has updated mysql (C6; multiple vulnerabilities).
Fedora has updated qemu (F18; host file disclosure).
openSUSE has updated icedtea-web (multiple vulnerabilities).
Oracle has updated mysql (multiple vulnerabilities).
Red Hat has updated mysql (multiple vulnerabilities).
Scientific Linux has updated mysql (SL6; multiple vulnerabilities).
Ubuntu has updated mysql (multiple vulnerabilities).