This is a public service announcement! The modern SoupSession class is secure by default, but the older, deprecated SoupSessionSync and SoupSessionAsync subclasses of SoupSession are not. If your code uses SoupSessionSync or SoupSessionAsync and does not set SoupSession:tls-database, SoupSession:ssl-use-system-ca-file, or SoupSession:ssl-ca-file, then you get no TLS certificate verification. This is almost always worth requesting a CVE.
SoupSessionSync and SoupSessionAsync have both been deprecated since libsoup 2.42 was released back in 2013, so surely they are no longer commonly used, right? Right? Of course not, so please check your applications and make sure they’re actually doing TLS certificate verification. Thanks!