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A serious and reportedly five-year-old bug in the Linux kernel could give attackers the ability to run malicious code or, at the very least, cause crashes on a variety of affected systems. Linux Ubuntu, Debian and some Red Hat operating systems

http://threatpost.com/five-year-old-...n-linux-kernel
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If You are implying that it took fives year to patch, which is not true: it was introduced five years ago but only discovered at the end of last month.

http://www.openwall.com/lists/oss-security/2014/05/05/6
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If You are implying that it took fives year to patch, which is not true: it was introduced five years ago but only discovered at the end of last month.
Where did I say that at?
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A serious and reportedly five-year-old bug in the Linux kernel could give attackers the ability to run malicious code or, at the very least, cause crashes on a variety of affected systems. Linux Ubuntu, Debian and some Red Hat operating systems

http://threatpost.com/five-year-old-...n-linux-kernel
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Where did I say that at?

Unlike Windows the patch is already applied............
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