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+ - Denial-of-Service Attack Found In Btrfs File-System->

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "It's been found that the Btrfs file-system is vulnerable to a Hash-DOS attack, a denial-of-service attack caused by hash collisions within the file-system. Two DOS attack vectors were uncovered by Pascal Junod that he described as causing astonishing and unexpected success. It's hoped that the security vulnerability will be fixed for the next Linux kernel release."
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Denial-of-Service Attack Found In Btrfs File-System

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