Unpatched Critical Wi-Fi Bug In Linux Let Hackers Take Complete Control and Crash The System Remotely

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Wi-Fi vulnerability In Linux

A newly discovered critical Wi-Fi vulnerability in Linux lets attackers compromise the system with the help of nearby Wi-Fi devices and crush the vulnerable machine. The vulnerability resides in the “rtlwifi” driver that mainly supports the Realtek Wi-Fi chips model used in Linux devices. By exploiting the vulnerability, the attacker will trigger the buffer overflow […]

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