A Linux Security Story

Article Source Cyber Cynic
July 17, 2009, 11:02 am

There’s no such thing as perfect security. There are no programs that give you absolute software security. After all, security is a process, not a product. Linux’s security process, though, is outstanding, which is one reason why it has great security. Here’s an example.

On July 16th, a security programmer named Brad Spengler, who designs an open-source network and server security program called grsecurity revealed on the full disclosures security mailing list that there was a security hole in the 2.6.30 Linux kernel…

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