Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

#2128 Old Linux kernel security bug bites
OK, hands up, who knows what High-Level Data Link Control (HDLC) is? It's an archaic networking data framing protocol that's used in modems, X.25, frame-relay, ISDN, and other now uncommon networking technologies. I know it because I used to work with them back in the day. You'll get to know it now because a researcher discovered a security hole hidden within the Linux kernel driver that implements it.
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#2129 New technology combines lip motion and passwords to authenticate users
#2128 Old Linux kernel security bug bites
#2127 Firefox gets complaint for labeling unencrypted login page insecure
#2126 Numbers show Locky ransomware is slowly fading away
#2125 A simple command allows the CIA to commandeer 318 models of Cisco switches
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