Comment 3 for bug 1233895

Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote :

This bug was fixed in the package dbus - 1.6.12-0ubuntu8

dbus (1.6.12-0ubuntu8) saucy; urgency=low

  * debian/patches/aa-kernel-compat-check.patch: Drop this patch. It was a
    temporary compatibility check to paper over incompatibilities between
    dbus-daemon, libapparmor, and the AppArmor kernel code while AppArmor
    D-Bus mediation was in development.
  * debian/patches/aa-mediation.patch: Fix a bug that resulted in all actions
    denied by AppArmor to be audited. Auditing such actions is the default,
    but it should be possible to quiet audit messages by using the "deny"
    AppArmor rule modifier. (LP: #1226356)
  * debian/patches/aa-mediation.patch: Fix a bug in the code that builds
    AppArmor queries for the process that is receiving a message. The
    message's destination was being used, as opposed to the message's source,
    as the peer name in the query string. (LP: #1233895)
  * debian/patches/aa-mediate-eavesdropping.patch: Don't allow applications
    that are confined by AppArmor to eavesdrop. Ideally, this would be
    configurable with AppArmor policy, but the parser does not yet support
    any type of eavesdropping permission. For now, confined applications will
    simply not be allowed to eavesdrop. (LP: #1229280)
 -- Tyler Hicks <email address hidden> Fri, 04 Oct 2013 09:59:21 -0700