[SecurityWeek] Linux Foundation Fixes ‘Dangerous’ Code Execution Kernel Bug

Researchers are calling attention to a newly discovered security defect in a kernel module that ships with all major Linux distributions, warning that remote attackers can exploit the bug to take complete control of a vulnerable system.

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[ZDNet] GitHub tackles severe vulnerabilities in Node.js packages

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Bugs impacting tar and @npmcli/arborist were reported through a bug bounty program. Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

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[SecurityWeek] Houdini Malware Returns and Amazon’s Sidewalk Enter Corporate Networks

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[BleepingComputer] Windows 10 KB5003698 update fixes VPN fail, blurry text issues

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