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For Ubuntu 14.04 Kernel Upgrade Available that do not Require a Reboot

By Prempal Singh 0 Comment June 7, 2017

The company Canonical has announced the expansion of service Live patch, providing updates from the elimination of dangerous vulnerabilities in the Linux kernel, which are applied to the running system on the fly, without requiring a reboot and avoiding downtime. In addition to the previously supported assemblies, Ubuntu 16.04 live-patches are now available for Ubuntu […]

Experiment is going for the development of Linux Kernel parts in the language of Rust

By Prempal Singh 0 Comment June 5, 2017

French developer, operating under the name of Dominus Carnufex, in practice demonstrated realistic ideas to rewrite the Linux kernel in Rust language. Currently, Rust has already proved itself as a low-level system programming language, and even there are several projects to develop new operating systems on Rust language. The author of the study refers to […]

Sudo eliminated the vulnerability with SE-Linux systems

By Prempal Singh 0 Comment June 3, 2017

The sudo utility used to organize the execution of commands on behalf of other users, found dangerous vulnerability (CVE-2017-1000367). The problem allows overwrite any file on the system, for example, / etc / shadow, and appears only if the user has been delegated the execution of certain privileged operations in / etc / sudoers, SELinux […]

Linux Vulnerability Allows Users to Gain Root Privileges

By Prempal Singh 0 Comment June 1, 2017

A vulnerability affecting the manner by which Sudo parsed tty information could have lead in the user getting root privileges and having the ability to overwrite any file on the filesystem on SELinux-enabled systems. Tracked as CVE-2017-1000367, the vulnerability was uncovered by Qualys Security in Sudo’s get_process_ttyname() for Linux. The issue resides in how Sudo […]

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