[CentOS] Tracking specific fixes into backports

Tue Jul 28 18:23:00 UTC 2009
Craig White <craigwhite at azapple.com>

On Tue, 2009-07-28 at 13:16 -0500, Andy Akins wrote:
> I apologize if this is a simple noob question - I looked around and couldn't
> find an easy answer.
> My auditor presenting me with some findings re: httpd (apache) and said I
> have to upgrade to the newest version. They are basing their findings on the
> "version" of Apache installed - but are unaware of the fixlevel.
> Is there an easy way that I can take a specific Mitre or Securityfocus issue
> and see if the fix has been backported into the most up to date version of a
> Centos RPM. While this particular instance is in regards to Apache, I
> suspect I'll have to do this some more in the future with other RPMs as
> well.
> Thanks for any insight.
maybe this is what you are asking for...

rpm -q --changelog httpd


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