Old computing code puts millions at risk as glibc vulnerability exposed

Anyone running glibc 2.9 or above should upgrade to a later version or apply a vendor patch now as malware authors will be looking at this bug closely given its remote code execution capabilities says Carl Leonard.

by Carl Leonard

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