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Sudo Flaw Lets Linux Users Run Commands As Root Even When They’re Restricted

October 14th, 2019
Attention Linux Users! A new vulnerability has been discovered in Sudo—one of the most important, powerful, and commonly used utilities that comes as a core command installed on almost every UNIX and Linux-based operating system. The vulnerability in question is a sudo security policy bypass issue that could allow a malicious user or a program to execute arbitrary commands as root on a

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RunC Flaw Lets Attackers Escape Linux Containers to Gain Root on Hosts

February 12th, 2019
A serious security vulnerability has been discovered in the core runC container code that affects several open-source container management systems, potentially allowing attackers to escape Linux container and obtain unauthorized, root-level access to the host operating system. The vulnerability, identified as CVE-2019-5736, was discovered by open source security researchers Adam Iwaniuk and

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7-Year-Old Samba Flaw Lets Hackers Access Thousands of Linux PCs Remotely

May 25th, 2017

A 7-year-old critical remote code execution vulnerability has been discovered in Samba networking software that could allow a remote attacker to take control of an affected Linux and Unix machines.

Samba is open-source software (re-implementation of SMB networking protocol) that runs on the majority of operating systems available today, including Windows, Linux, UNIX, IBM System 390, and

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Linux Kernel Gets Patch For Years-Old Serious Vulnerability

March 16th, 2017

Another dangerous vulnerability has been discovered in Linux kernel that dates back to 2009 and affects a large number of Linux distros, including Red Hat, Debian, Fedora, OpenSUSE, and Ubuntu.

The latest Linux kernel flaw (CVE-2017-2636), which existed in the Linux kernel for the past seven years, allows a local unprivileged user to gain root privileges on affected systems or cause a denial

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5-Year-Old Linux Kernel Local Privilege Escalation Flaw Discovered

December 7th, 2016

A 5-year-old serious privilege-escalation vulnerability has been discovered in Linux kernel that affects almost every distro of the Linux operating system, including Redhat, and Ubuntu.

Over a month back, a nine-year-old privilege-escalation vulnerability, dubbed “Dirty COW,” was discovered in the Linux kernel that affected every distro of the open-source operating system, including Red Hat,

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