Mac Developer: Exploit Logs You Into Linux Systems After Hitting Backspace 28 Times | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
Exploit Logs You Into Linux Systems After Hitting Backspace 28 Times | News & Opinion | PCMag.com Though most of you likely don't run Linux—specifically, one using the Grub2 bootloader—you'll surely appreciate the unintended humor of a brand-new exploit that was recently found for said bootloader. The exploit is being quickly patched by various major Linux distros, including Ubuntu, Red Hat, and Debian, and it also requires physical access to an unpatched machine to work, so it's not the worst potential vulnerability, just one of the sillier ones.
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