from the bumps-in-the-night dept.
ricepudd writes "Computer Weekly reports that Internet security researchers have discovered a serious flaw in Sendmail. The flaw could allow remote attackers to take control of users' PCs. The Sendmail Consortium urged users to upgrade to version 8.13.6 of the software, which contains a fix to the problem. Computer Weekly seems to think that the fact that the Windows version isn't affected will help curtail the threat."
"The only way I can lose this election is if I'm caught in bed with a dead
girl or a live boy."
-- Louisiana governor Edwin Edwards