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Understanding Spectre V2: A New...

Recently, researchers uncovered a significant threat dubbed Spectre v2, a variant of the notorious Spectre attack, targeting Linux systems running on modern Intel processors. Let’s delve into the intricacies of...

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...

Ahoi Attacks: A New Threat...

Researchers from ETH Zurich have uncovered a new attack method dubbed “Ahoi Attacks” that threatens the security of confidential virtual machines (CVMs) within cloud environments. Described as a family of...

Linux Kernel 6.8 Released: New...

Linus Torvalds announced the release of a new Linux kernel 6.8 on March 10, 2024. This update brings a plethora of new features and improvements, making it a significant upgrade...

Ubuntu 18.04 Security Updates for...

Recently, Ubuntu has rolled out security updates addressing several Linux kernel vulnerabilities in Ubuntu 18.04. In this article, we will delve into the specifics of these vulnerabilities, along with their...

Ivanti Pulse Secure Found Using...

Ivanti Pulse Secure VPN appliances have recently been a target of several sophisticated attacks, highlighting the ongoing challenges in safeguarding critical IT infrastructure like network devices. UNC5221, a nation-state group,...

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...

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...

New Glibc Flaw Allows Full...

As a fundamental element of nearly every Linux-based system, the GNU C Library, or glibc, acts as a core library connecting applications with the Linux kernel. It provides essential functions...

Ubuntu 22.04 Kernel Updated to...

Ubuntu 22.04 LTS was first released on 21 April 2021 and is supported until April 2027. The latest version of this long-term support release (5 years), Ubuntu 22.04.3 LTS, came...

Linux Kernel 6.7 Released with...

Linus Torvalds announced the release of Linux kernel 6.7 on January 7, 2024, featuring various improvements and new features. One major addition is the bcachefs file system, designed to compete...

Debian 12.4 Arrived with 65...

The third ISO update to the current stable Debian 12 series, Debian 12.4, has arrived superseding Debian 12.3. Debian 12.3 was delayed due to an issue in the EXT4 file...

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