Linux flaw could lead to DoS attacks
A security flaw has been found in Linux kernel version 2.6.x that could allow malicious local users to cause a denial of service attack, according to an advisory from security firm Secunia.
The vulnerability is caused by an out-of-bounds memory error in the 'fill_write_buffer()' function in 'sysfs/file.c'. Linux flaw could lead to DoS attacks - vnunet.com
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