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Story: New Sudo Vulnerability Could Allow Attackers to Obtain Full Root PrivilegesTotal Replies: 2
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caitlynm

Feb 03, 2020
2:00 PM EDT
The subject says it all. I wonder why it took so long for Debian and Ubuntu to confirm that some of their versions were affected and to offer a newer version.
Steven_Rosenber

Feb 12, 2020
11:25 AM EDT
I didn't really understand it, but Debian said that whatever feature/configuration was affected by the vulnerability was not implemented in Debian Stable, so they only had to patch Oldstable.
caitlynm

Feb 12, 2020
12:36 PM EDT
I don't know. I'm working in a RHEL/Oracle Linux/CentOS shop and I tend to use what I do for work for everything. I haven't kept up with Debian TBH.

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