A new privilege escalation vulnerability has been identified in the Linux kernel by researcher Davide Ornaghi. This vulnerability might enable a local attacker to execute code on vulnerable computers with
This flaw, which has been identified that affects the ksmbd NTLMv2 authentication in the Linux kernel, is known to quickly cause the operating system on Linux-based computers to crash. Namjae
The use after free vulnerability, which is linked to ksmbd, affects computers running Linux distributions powered by kernels earlier than 5.15.61. This leaves susceptible systems open to cyberattacks from a
A recently discovered security flaw in the Linux kernel might be exploited locally by an attacker to get elevated privileges on susceptible computers and run malicious script on such systems.
Redhat has just just published a risk advisory about a vulnerability in the Linux Kernel that allows for local privilege escalation. This vulnerability is tracked as CVE-2022-3910 (CVSS score: 7.4).
The OverlayFS file system implementation in the Linux kernel is where the vulnerability, CVE-2021-3493, exist. Although it only seems to impact Ubuntu, it allows a local user without administrative rights
A security investigator has discovered three new code execution flaws in the Linux kernel that might be exploited by a local or external adversary to take control of the vulnerable
A critical flaw in the Linux kernel has been identified by a security expert (CVE-2022-2964, CVSS score: 7.8) that an adversary may use to execute arbitrary code. An adversary might
The Cyber Security Agency of the United States (CISA) added to its catalog of vulnerabilities that are being actively exploited a recently discovered flaw in UnRAR. About the UnRAR vulnerability