Kevin Kofler via devel wrote:
I would personally not miss --security, but what is really useful is
--advisory=… flag that used to be implemented by the same plugin. (They
are now both built in in DNF.) That is invaluable to test individual
updates from updates-testing. I would consider the absence of --advisory=…
PS: Note that --advisory=… actually works on *any* update, not just security
updates. But the functionality is often lumped together with --security,
which is why I am mentioning it here.