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[20 Oct 2013] Updated Debian 6.0: 6.0.8 released
[12 Oct 2013] Updated Debian 7: 7.2 released
[28 Sep 2013] Debian Edu / Skolelinux Wheezy — a complete Linux solution for your school
[09 Aug 2013] Debian invites you to its 20th birthday
[15 Jun 2013] Updated Debian 7: 7.1 released
[23 May 2013] Debian Project mourns the loss of Ray Dassen
[03 Dec 2013] DSA-2808 openjpeg - several vulnerabilities
[30 Nov 2013] DSA-2807 links2 - integer overflow
[29 Nov 2013] DSA-2806 nbd - privilege escalation
[27 Nov 2013] DSA-2805 sup-mail - command injection
[26 Nov 2013] DSA-2804 drupal7 - several vulnerabilities
[26 Nov 2013] DSA-2803 quagga - several vulnerabilities
[25 Nov 2013] DSA-2800 nss - buffer overflow
[21 Nov 2013] DSA-2802 nginx - restriction bypass
[21 Nov 2013] DSA-2801 libhttp-body-perl - design error
[17 Nov 2013] DSA-2798 curl - unchecked ssl certificate host name
[17 Nov 2013] DSA-2795 lighttpd - several vulnerabilities