Tagged: Linux Kernel

CVE-2023-3390 PoC

Proof-of-Concept Code Released for Linux Kernel Exploit

An independent security researcher published the technical details and a proof-of-concept (PoC) code for a vulnerability, identified as CVE-2023-3390, which has been discovered in the Linux kernel, leaving systems susceptible to local privilege escalation...

CVE-2023-6817

CVE-2023-6817: Linux Kernel NetFilter Flaw Opens Root Access

Recently, a significant security vulnerability in the Linux NetFilter kernel has been discovered, allowing unprivileged local users to escalate their privileges, allowing complete control over a system. This flaw, designated as CVE-2023-6817, poses a...

SLAM vulnerability

SLAM: A Looming Threat to Intel and AMD CPUs

In the ever-evolving world of cybersecurity, a new, potent threat has surfaced, challenging the perceived boundaries of hardware security. This threat, known as SLAM (Spectre based on Linear Address Masking), emerges from the intersection...