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Patch ASAP: Tons of Linux apps can be hijacked by evil DNS servers, man-in-the-middle...

Discussion in 'The Register' started by RSS, Feb 16, 2016.

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    Buffer overflow found in glibc


    A huge amount of software can be hijacked by hackers on the other side of the internet, thanks to a serious security vulnerability in the GNU C Library (glibc). The library is used by the vast majority of Linux distributions, meaning the vulnerability is widespread.…

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