Package curl is affected by CVE-2020-8286, CVE-2020-8285, CVE-2020-8284. Medium risk!
Package glibc is affected by CVE-2020-29562. Medium risk!
Package inetutils is affected by CVE-2019-0053. High risk!
Package jasper is affected by CVE-2020-27828. Medium risk!
Package linux is affected by CVE-2020-16119, CVE-2020-29661, CVE-2020-29660, CVE-2020-27830, CVE-2020-27815. High risk!
Package linux-zen is affected by CVE-2020-16119. High risk!
Package openssl is affected by CVE-2020-1971. High risk!
Package openssl-1.0 is affected by CVE-2020-1971, CVE-2020-1968. High risk!
Package packagekit is affected by CVE-2020-16121. Low risk!
Package unzip is affected by CVE-2018-1000035. Low risk!
linux kernel seems to be hit by many High Risk vulnerabilities. Linux-zen only by one.
I am running linux at the moment should I be using zen for the time being? Or install hardened? The latter doesn’t seem to be suffering by any vulnerabilities, at least looking at:
How about those other packages? Are there reasons to worry?
Just enter the CVE string in your favourite search engine
I wouldn’t worry too much about the kernel vulnerabilities as they are fixed rather quickly, but it’s always a good idea to check from time to time.
I might just live dangerously, but I am far less concerned about the Medium and Low risk vulnerabilities that aren’t remotely executed. As others have said, these will probably be patched pretty quickly.