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Linux Kernel 6.7 EOL: What...

On April 3, 2024, the Linux kernel maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman announced the last 6.7.12 kernel version and end of life (EOL) for the Linux kernel 6.7 series. All users are...

Linux Kernel Vulnerabilities Addressed in...

Recently, several critical vulnerabilities were identified in the Linux kernel. These vulnerabilities could potentially allow attackers to crash systems, steal sensitive information, or even execute arbitrary code. The good news...

Understanding Linux Kernel Security for...

Linux kernel embodies a strong security design including least privilege, memory protection, user isolation, and frameworks for adding stricter access controls. Best practices for securing embedded Linux systems involve using...

Linux Kernel 6.8 Released: New...

Linus Torvalds recently announced the release of Linux kernel 6.8, the latest stable version of the Linux kernel. This update brings a plethora of new features and improvements, making it...

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...

Linux Kernel 6.6 is Here:...

The latest release of Linux Kernel, version 6.6, has just landed, and it’s packed with a bunch of awesome updates. Whether you are a Linux enthusiast or enjoy a smoother,...

Demystifying Linux Kernel Security: The...

The Linux kernel is the core of the Linux operating system, serving as a bridge between computer hardware and the software programs that run on it. It is responsible for...

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