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Linux system administrators should be on the watch for kernel updates because they fix a local privilege escalation flaw that could lead to a full system compromise. The vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2017-6074, is over 11 years old and was likely introduced in 2005 when the Linux kernel gained support for the Datagram Congestion Control Protocol […]

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Researchers from Viral Security Group have discovered three vulnerabilities in Samsung Knox, a security platform that allows users to maintain separate identities for work and personal use, and is built into some of the company’s Android smartphones and tablets.

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You’ve probably heard it before but we’ll say it once more: Apple does not encrypt the kernel starting from iOS 10. Well, OK, the kernel is not encrypted, so what? Let’s sort out why this step has hit the news, and what it means for Apple users. On June 13 Apple gave developers access to […]

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