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My Debian Wheezy server shall be up-to-date with all latest security packages, so I've added in sources.list:

deb http://security.debian.org/ wheezy/updates main

But apt-get never made any upgrade within the last weeks. OK, this depends from the installed packages, so I want to manually check what have beed released to what is installed.

Is there a website where I see a human readable list of all recent advisories for Wheezy similar to what is available for Jessie and Sid here?

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You're using Wheezy's LTS, and your repository setup is correct. There aren't many updates, you can follow along on the debian-lts-announce mailing list; see the archives for February for example.

You should read the wiki page on using LTS; in particular, make sure you install the debian-security-support package. I don't think there's a central web page which lists all the DLAs in the same way as the page you linked to lists all the DSAs, but you can track security bugs on the Wheezy security tracker.

  • Thanks a lot, that was exactly what I was looking for... – Achim Feb 20 '17 at 15:23

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