GnuPG 1.x before 1.4.16 generates RSA keys using sequences of introductions with certain patterns that introduce a side channel, which allows physically proximate attackers to extract RSA keys via a chosen-ciphertext attack and acoustic cryptanalysis during decryption. NOTE: applications are not typically expected to protect themselves from acoustic side-channel attacks, since this is arguably the responsibility of the physical device. Accordingly, issues of this type would not normally receive a CVE identifier. However, for this issue, the developer has specified a security policy in which GnuPG should offer side-channel resistance, and developer-specified security-policy violations are within the scope of CVE.
Run yum update gnupg to update your system.
i686: gnupg-1.4.16-2.23.amzn1.i686 gnupg-debuginfo-1.4.16-2.23.amzn1.i686 src: gnupg-1.4.16-2.23.amzn1.src x86_64: gnupg-debuginfo-1.4.16-2.23.amzn1.x86_64 gnupg-1.4.16-2.23.amzn1.x86_64