One of the great things about Linux is that it supports old hardware very well. With a bit of work, there’s practically no computing hardware that cannot operate Linux. However, sometimes old security holes can be detected within traditional programs.
A trio of security holes – CVE-2021-27364, CVE-2021-27365, and CVE-2021-27363 was discovered by security company GRIMM researchers in an about forgotten corner of the mainline Linux kernel.
The principal of Software Security at GRIMM, Adam Nichols, said not to be fooled by the word local. These issues make an impression on every remotely exploitable vulnerability, more critical. Also, enterprises running openly facing servers would be at a higher risk.
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