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Several GTKWave Vulnerabilities Fixed in...

Recently, the Debian security team fixed several issues in GTKWave, an open-source waveform viewer for VCD (Value Change Dump) files. These vulnerabilities, if exploited, could result in the execution of...

WallEscape Vulnerability Leaks User Passwords...

A vulnerability has been identified in the wall command-line utility in Linux, which could allow an attacker to steal user passwords or modify the clipboard on the victim’s system. Dubbed...

Multiple BIND Vulnerabilities Addressed in...

BIND, also known as Berkeley Internet Name Domain, is a widely used DNS server software that translates domain names into numerical IP addresses and vice versa. BIND servers are deployed...

Debian 12.5 Arrived with 42...

On February 10th, 2024, the Debian Project unveiled Debian 12.5, the fourth ISO update to the ongoing Debian GNU/Linux 12 “Bookworm” series. This release, which came 2 months after Debian...

Several OpenJDK Vulnerabilities...

Recently, several vulnerabilities have been discovered in the OpenJDK Java runtime, which may result in side channel attacks, leaking of sensitive data to log files, denial of service, or bypass...

Multiple Race Condition Vulnerabilities Fixed...

A race condition vulnerability usually occurs in concurrent or multi-threaded programs where multiple processes or threads access shared resources without proper synchronization. Unpredictable outcomes like data corruption, system crashes, or...

Critical Linux Security Updates for...

In the dynamic realm of cybersecurity, staying ahead of potential threats is crucial for maintaining a secure computing environment. For Debian GNU/Linux users, keeping the system updated with the latest...

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