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|Originally Published: Saturday, 10 June 2000||Author: Jeff Alami|
|Published to: daily_feature/Linux.com Feature Story||Page: 1/1 - [Printable]|
Weekend Review: June 10, 2000
Several security problems encountered in previous kernels led to the release of version 2.2.16. Alan Cox, maintainer of the stable (2.2.x) tree of the kernel, explains. "You should consider updating your 2.2 kernel to 2.2.16 if: you have untrusted users on your system; you have publically accessible kernel sunrpc services."