Dawn of the Linux Worms?
The Luppi worm is blazing a trail with great potential for attackers. We might learn a lot about how secure Linux systems are in the next few months. Over the weekend reports began to filter in of a new network worm that focused on a variety of vulnerabilities in products typically found in Linux-based Web servers. It's been tagged by many as a Linux problem, and is, in a practical sense, although most of the vulnerabilities aren't strictly Linux issues. So far there's no evidence it's a serious real-world problem, although the Internet Storm Center has been reporting that they are seeing multiple variants of it circulating around the net. Is This the Dawn of the Linux Worms?Linked by shanmuga Tuesday, 8th November 2005 10:31PM
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