Security update for Linux kernel (k_timer)
(Last modified: 12MAR2004)
solutions Security update for Linux kernel (k_timer) SuSE Linux Maintenance Web (62fd83df984a8075ff053b0b2398a1d8)
- fix info leak in ext3 filesystem
- ncpfs/ncp_lookup: CAN-2004-0010
- buffer overflow with the possibility to gain root
- malformed elf binaries can lead to a local denial-of-service attack
- a new bug found by Paul Starzetz that can lead to local root access
rpm -Fvh k_timer.rpm
Afterwards, run the command
and reboot your server using the following command:
shutdown -r now
now' with an appropriate amount of time if you want to give
local users a chance to log out before the Linux system goes down, for
+10' for 10 minutes.
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