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A serious bug in the open-source GnuTLS library, used by many Linux distributions, undermines the encryption that keeps Web traffic safe from snoops and attackers and is similar to the "goto fail" Apple bug discovered last month. It's Linux — why should Windows and Mac users care? Because Linux exists in more places than the average computer user might realize, and the Linux distributions, or variants, affected by this security flaw are among the most widely used.
|Critical Linux Flaw Threatens More Systems Than You Think|
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