>Linux in charge of being secure
Do you even know what you are talking about? Grsec or Selinux both prevent this vulnerability anyway, and anyone who is running Linux in a security critical environment without that is stupid anyway.
Good thing windows doesn't have any outstanding security bugs or privilege escalation vulnerabilities
>Users will ALWAYS click Yes on UAC prompts
>autists disable UAC anyway
>a million other unpatched vulns and security holes that will never be found because not open source.
you mean an hour later a patch came out. maybe after a few days of googling and 57 commands typed into console you will get an obscure error message telling you the patch failed.
>sudo dnf update
>sudo apt-get update
>sudo pacman -S
So hard, I can see why this is beyond your ability anon. Don't ever try to do anything with computers ever again, it's obviously beyond you.
It's pretty easy to fuck up if you don't know what you are doing, but lot's of modern desktop distros provide a really good experience. For programming, Linux beats the hell that is windows by a mile, in any language other than C#/.NET. You've obviously never wanted to do something so difficult though.
>after a few days of googling and 57 commands typed into console you will get an obscure error message telling you the patch failed.
Nah, you don't. You don't even know how upgrading the kernel works.
Linux have tons of Security features. Despite this they can't do much if People have a bit of sense and encrypt their shit. (which is a included feature on Linux installs)
Yes, it's not like you have to restart the server. It's not a Windows system and do not require downtime when updating most of the time. no reason why they would not update
every distro since forever lists previous kernels in grub as well as offers a recovery mode, and if you *completely* fucked everything up you can chroot into your install from a working liveusb and fix everything without having to reinstall
nice bait, wincuck, but maybe learn a little about what you're talking shit about
>fully free and open source
>people expecting it to be better than paid softwarein not saying Linux is bad, but because it's free you fucks should go a little easier on the devs behind it.
Has anyone been able to get the exploit to work? Has Been running for about 30 minutes already, no result so far.$ keyctl newring a @us
$ keyctl show
763555855 --alswrv 1000 -1 keyring: _uid_ses.1000
1974524 --alswrv 1000 -1 \_ keyring: _uid.1000
69338093 --alswrv 1000 1000 \_ keyring: a
$ gcc a.c -o cve_2016_0728 -lkeyutils -Wall
$ ./cve_2016_0728 a
people act like if an open source OS was popular it'd be "more secure" because "more people could look at the source code and fix bugs" completely ignoring the fact the smartest people would just exploit the fact that it's easier to find vulnerabilities faster and there's no obligation to tell anyone
Looks like 1% market share is the best things are gonna get for the freetard basement dwelling dicksuckerinos :^)
It's all downhill from here, the gig is up. Everyone knows how vulnerable linux is.
>FFMpeg Vulnerability detected
Update Foobar2000,Windows update,KCP,literally everything that uses FFmPeg that is everything that uses multimedia
Days before there was a ffmpeg thread and some wincuck posted this and got BTFO
I get a very secure operating systems. We not only have firewalls, we have file permissive mode, file permission limits, file access limits.
You can block a server from accessing a file. You can block all users, only allow system process to access files.
You get a shit load of security compared to windows.
btw windows automates UAC and promots the user to accept more then one trigger at once.
You never see this since you do not understand the windows security shit.
>Full market monopoly
>Most targeted system
>Reported 10 zero days over a year is reported
>Remote code execution is common
>Simple firewall security (The only thing the user can configure to restrict threads)
>Most popular system
>Not used in the most security restricted, critical applications needed environments on the entire planet.
>Linux has security issue
I am fucking done.
Be sure to tell the DoD, main channel ISP filters, and all the owners of servers that run Apache, that their software is not secured and that they should use windows.
>OH WAIT they are hidden by the proprietary code and license and are unknown until it will start to effect the masses
They're actually published as security bulletins as required by law m8