0-days hitting Fedora and Ubuntu open desktops to a world of hurt

If your desktop runs a mainstream release of Linux, chances are you’re vulnerable. If you run a mainstream distribution of Linux on a desktop computer, there’s a good chance security researcher Chris Evans can hijack it when you do nothing more than open or even browse a specially crafted music file. And in the event you’re running Chrome on the just-released Fedora 25, his code-execution attack works as a classic drive-by.