Major Linux security hole gapes open – ZDNet


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Major Linux security hole gapes open
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The security hole this time is with how Debian and Ubuntu, and almost certainly other Linux distributions, implement Linux Unified Key Setup-on-disk-format (LUKS). LUKS is the standard mechanism for implementing Linux hard disk encryption. LUKS is
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