Debian 7.6 Release Takes Care Of Security Problems
Written by Michael Larabel in Debian on 14 July 2014 at 10:46 AM EDT. Add A Comment
Debian 7.6 was released this weekend as the latest "Wheezy" release to mainly address security problems and other important bug fixes.

Among the updated packages for Debian 7.6 include ClamAV, OpenSSH, OpenSSL, Tor, Xmms2, etc. Security updates happened for Chromium, QEMU, OpenSSL, PHP5, DBus, and other packages.

More details on Debian 7.6 can be found from the news announcement.
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