Category Archives: Linux

Chrome 101.0.4951.54 fixes GPO bug

[German]Google has released the Google Chrome 101.0.4951.54 update for Windows and Mac on the desktop in the Stable Channel as of May 2, 2022. This version fixes the Group Policy issue (see post Chrome 101.0.4951.41 fixes 30 Vulnerabilities – but … Continue reading

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Rumor: Microsoft supports "Windows Mode" in Linux

[German]This is a cool thing that Microsoft and the Linux developer community around Linus Torvalds are planning for the future. Up to now, Microsoft's developers have been tinkering with a Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) in Windows, so that the … Continue reading

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motionEyeOS: People who want to continue the project wanted

[German]motionEyeOS is a Linux distribution that turns your single-board computer into a video surveillance system. However, the developer of motionEyeOS can no longer actively work on this project for personal reasons, as he writes. If anyone is interested in taking … Continue reading

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Dirty Pipe Linux vulnerability allows root access

[German]A vulnerability CVE-2022-0847, known as Dirty Pipe, exists in almost all Linux distributions and allows unprivileged users to gain root privileges in Linux kernel 5.8 and above. Linux distributions, IoT devices (and possibly Android systems, if they already use kernel … Continue reading

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Linux: Microsoft recommendation on enforcement mode against Active Directory takeover may cause issues

[German]Microsoft recommends installing the November 2021 security updates on Windows servers that operate as DCs as protection against a domain takeover caused by the vulnerabilities CVE-2021-42287 and CVE-2021-42278. And Micrsooft also recommends enabling so-called enforcement mode to protect against the … Continue reading

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Ubuntu 21.04: Support ends January 20, 2022

Small hint for people who are still using Ubuntu 21.04. This was released on April 22, 2021, as you can read here. According to this page, support expires in January 2022 – 9too4linux.com has it a bit more precise in … Continue reading

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Firefox 95.0.1/91.4.1esr

[German]Mozilla developers have released version 95.0.1 with some new features and 91.4.1esr of the Firefox browser with a fix on December 16, 2021. The new browsers also correct an access conflict to Microsoft pages that occurred the days. Advertising

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14 Vulnerabilities in BusyBox

[German]Security researchers from JFrog and Claroty Team82 have found 14 vulnerabilities in the popular BusyBox tool. All vulnerabilities were confidentially reported to the developer of BusyBox and fixed in version 1.34.0, which was released on August 19. The vulnerabilities could … Continue reading

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Vulnerability in Linux Kernel

[German]There is a vulnerability in the kernel of all popular Linux distributions that researchers from SentinelLabs made public a few days ago. A TIPC module in all common Linux distributions can be exploited by heap overflow attacks that can lead … Continue reading

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Malware targets the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL)

[German]Security researchers from Lumen's Black Lotus Labs have come across several malware samples that can infect the Windows subsystem for Linux and then switch to the native Windows environment. Experts had outlined this scenario back in 2017. Thus, the Microsoft … Continue reading

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