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[04 May 2013] Debian 7.0
[04 Apr 2013] A Bytemark donation boosts reliability of Debian's core infrastructure
[21 Mar 2013] Eaton donates hardware to Debian
[20 Mar 2013] Backports integrated in the main archive
[01 Mar 2013] Discover Debian's hassle-free trademarks, use them to promote Debian
[23 Feb 2013] Updated Debian 6.0: 6.0.7 released
[15 May 2013] DSA-2669 linux - privilege escalation/denial of service/information leak
[14 May 2013] DSA-2668 linux-2.6 - privilege escalation/denial of service/information leak
[12 May 2013] DSA-2667 mysql-5.5 - several vulnerabilities
[12 May 2013] DSA-2666 xen - several vulnerabilities
[02 May 2013] DSA-2664 stunnel4 - buffer overflow
[30 Apr 2013] DSA-2665 strongswan - authentication bypass
[22 Apr 2013] DSA-2663 tinc - stack based buffer overflow
[20 Apr 2013] DSA-2660 curl - exposure of sensitive information
[18 Apr 2013] DSA-2662 xen - several vulnerabilities
[17 Apr 2013] DSA-2661 xorg-server - information disclosure