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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 Puma Vulnerabilities Fixed in...

Puma is a threaded HTTP 1.1 server used for running Ruby web applications. It facilitates communication between web browsers and Ruby applications, handling incoming requests and delivering responses. Recently, the...

X.Org X Server Vulnerabilities Fixed...

The X.Org X Server, a fundamental component of graphical user interfaces in Linux systems, recently encountered a series of vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities, if exploited, could potentially allow attackers to crash...

Several ImageMagick Vulnerabilities Addressed in...

ImageMagick, a popular image manipulation program and library, has been exposed to several vulnerabilities that could leave your system vulnerable to denial-of-service (DoS) attacks. In response, the Ubuntu security team...

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...

Critical libgit2 Vulnerabilities Fixed in...

libgit2 is a portable, pure C implementation of the Git core methods library that allows you to use Git within your own software applications. Essentially, it enables developers to integrate...

Recent Node.js Vulnerabilities Fixed in...

Several vulnerabilities within Node.js were identified, posing a significant threat to Ubuntu systems. These vulnerabilities could enable attackers to execute arbitrary code on compromised systems, potentially leading to severe consequences...

Ubuntu Responds to More libde265...

Recently, the Ubuntu security team released updates aimed at mitigating libde265 vulnerabilities across several releases, including Ubuntu 23.10, Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, Ubuntu 18.04, and Ubuntu 16.04. These...

High-Severity Squid Vulnerabilities Fixed in...

Squid is a powerful tool for caching proxy for the web, but like any software, it is not immune to vulnerabilities. Several security vulnerabilities have been discovered that could potentially...

Several libde265 Vulnerabilities Patched: What...

Several vulnerabilities were discovered in libde265, an Open H.265 video codec implementation. These vulnerabilities could result in denial of service and potentially the execution of arbitrary code if a specially...

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...

Multiple Go Vulnerabilities Fixed in...

Go is an open-source programming language that has gained popularity for efficiency and simplicity. However, as with any software, vulnerabilities can lurk within its libraries and modules. It is essential...

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