New Blog Release: The New glibc Vulnerability that Desperately Needs a Name

07 Mar 2016

The GNU C Library, most common in Linux environments, but also widely-used for interfacing with anything that speaks C underneath the hood, already made the InfoSec news in early 2015. This year it has made an impressive comeback, once again causing issues with DNS, but this time affecting a much wider attack surface - potentially the whole Internet. Read on for more information on the latest glibc vulnerability and how it compares to the ghost of itself.

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