xepsilon writes "A local Linux security hole using ptrace has been discovered that allows a potential attacker to gain root privileges. Linux 2.2.25 has been released to correct this security hole, along with a patch for 2.4.20-pre kernels. 2.4.21 ought to contain this fix, once it is released. 2.5 is not believed to be vulnerable to this security hole. See this email from Alan Cox for details, and a patch."
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