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CVE-2016-2384: arbitrary code execution due to a double-free in the usb-midi linux kernel driver

CVE-2016-2384 describes an interesting vulnerability within the usb-midi linux kernel driver. There is an extensive blog post on xairy’s github blog. The exploit can be either used for DOS (you’ll need physical access) or to execute code (you’ll need both physical and local access).   CVE-2016-2384 CVSS v2 Base Score 4.7 Base Metrics AV:L/AC:M/Au:N/C:N/I:N/A:C Access Vector Local […]

Short News: Hacked Linux Mint ISOs

Three SSL/TLS Tools you need to know!

Not only when working on IT-Security related things but also for daily sysadmin stuff, it’s essential to have the right tool to do the job. Below are my three favorite tools I use when configuring, debugging and researching SSL/TLS related things. Let’s face it… with all these recent issues, it’s necessary to deal with SSL […]