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Patch Ready for Newly-Discovered Linux Kernel Flaw

The security team behind the Debian distro are urging users to upgrade their Linux packages after patching a newly-found flaw in the Linux kernel.

    The patch is the second major update for the Linux kernel in three weeks, following last month's fixes for Ubuntu, Red Hat, and Debian due to a bug in the n_tty_write function.

    Read more at ZDNet.

     

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