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New Linux exploit “Dirty Cred”...

Zhenpeng Lin, a PhD student, and other researchers have uncovered a new Linux Kernel exploitation called Dirty Cred. The flaw tracked as CVE-2022-2588 was unveiled at Black Hat security conference...

VPN On Linux: Pros And...

Linux is an operating system just like Windows, iOS and MacOS. Android is powered by Linux OS. Operating system is basically software that controls the communication between a software and...

CISA Warns Of UnRAR Software...

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has added a path traversal bug in the UnRAR utility for Linux and Unix systems to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog. The...

Linux Malware ‘RapperBot’ Brute-forces SSH...

Threat hunters at Fortinet have uncovered a new botnet called “RapperBot.” The malware, which has been in use since mid-June 2022, has targeted Linux SSH servers using brute force attempts...

Open-source code is public, but...

Perceptions around the inherent security of open-source code and open-source software vary – but these perceptions matter. On the one hand, some view open-source code as less secure. After all,...

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