Linux Kernel Vulnerability that Allows Local Attackers to Escalate Privileges

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Linux Kernel Vulnerability

The Security Researcher Alexander Popov found vulnerabilities in the kernel of Linux operating systems that could allow an attacker to escalate local privileges on a victim’s network. The flaw could allow an attacker to potentially steal data, run administrative commands or install malware on operating systems or server applications. Popov was able to successfully test […]

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