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During the last week, the Ubuntu Security team:
websockify (LP: #1108935) underway
Simon Quigley (tsimonq2) provided a debdiff for trusty for kdepimlibs (LP: #1630700)
Simon Quigley (tsimonq2) provided a debdiff for xenial for kcoreaddons (LP: #1630700)
Simon Quigley (tsimonq2) provided debdiffs for trusty-zesty for varnish (LP: #1708354)
review-tools fix for LP: #1712476
Submitted libseccomp PR for improved logging changes (https://github.com/seccomp/libseccomp/pull/92).
fixed a libseccomp test runner bug that was causing a class of tests to not run (https://github.com/seccomp/libseccomp/pull/91).
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