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[10 Nov 2018] Updated Debian 9: 9.6 released
[05 Aug 2018] DebConf18 closes in Hsinchu and DebConf19 dates announced
[14 Jul 2018] Updated Debian 9: 9.5 released
[23 Jun 2018] Updated Debian 8: 8.11 released
[01 Jun 2018] Debian 7 Long Term Support reaching end-of-life
[10 Mar 2018] Updated Debian 9: 9.4 released
[13 Nov 2018] DSA-4339 ceph - security update
[11 Nov 2018] DSA-4338 qemu - security update
[10 Nov 2018] DSA-4337 thunderbird - security update
[10 Nov 2018] DSA-4336 ghostscript - security update
[08 Nov 2018] DSA-4335 nginx - security update
[04 Nov 2018] DSA-4334 mupdf - security update
[04 Nov 2018] DSA-4333 icecast2 - security update
[03 Nov 2018] DSA-4332 ruby2.3 - security update
[02 Nov 2018] DSA-4331 curl - security update
[02 Nov 2018] DSA-4330 chromium-browser - security update