The Security Team weekly reports are intended to be very short summaries of the Security Team’s weekly activities.
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During the last week, the Ubuntu Security team:
spice-vdagent underway (LP: #1200296)
Participated in online Enabling AppArmor by default in Debian Sprint
performed review of xdg-settings support: PR 4073
performed review of USB interface number: PR 4040
performed review of making @unrestricted truly unrestricted: PR 4054
Investigated, prepared preliminary ssh-keys, ssh-public-keys, gpg-keys and gpp-public-keys interfaces: PR 4100
Set up https://gitlab.com/apparmor
Contributed seccomp documentation for Linux 4.14 changes to the man-pages project: mailing list
Contributed libseccomp-golang bindings for libseccomp’s new API level feature: PR 29
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