Newly discovered critical vulnerabilities in the Exim message transfer agent (MTA) software allow unauthenticated remote attackers to execute arbitrary code and gain root privilege on mail servers with default or common configurations. […]
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A recently discovered Linux malware with backdoor capabilities has flown under the radar for years, allowing attackers to harvest and exfiltrate sensitive information from compromised devices. […]
Embarrassed overreaction or righteous indignation? An academic research group has provoked the Linux crew to ban their whole university!
Windows 10 now lets you run Linux GUI apps (X11 and Wayland) without using a virtual machine after Microsoft added GUI support to the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). […]
Linux kernel project maintainers have imposed a ban on the University of Minnesota (UMN) from contributing to the open-source Linux project after a group of UMN researchers were caught submitting a series of malicious code commits, or patches that deliberately introduced security vulnerabilities in the official Linux project. […]
Two lucky winners scooped $200k for just 30 minutes’ work – if you don’t count the days, weeks and months of meticulous effort beforehand
VMware has addressed a critical vulnerability in the VMware Carbon Black Cloud Workload appliance that could allow attackers to bypass authentication after exploiting vulnerable servers. […]
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Anyone could have found these bugs, but everyone assumed someone would, and in the end, no one did. (Until now.)