Linux kernel vulnerability exposes stack memory, causes data leaks

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Linux kernel vulnerability exposes stack memory, causes data leaks

Linux kernel vulnerability exposes stack memory, causes data leaks

An information disclosure vulnerability in the Linux kernel that exposes stack memory (tracked as CVE-2020-28588) can be exploited to leak data and act as a springboard for further compromise.

Disclosed by Cisco Talos researchers on Tuesday, the bug is described as an information disclosure vulnerability "that could allow an attacker to view Kernel stack memory."

The kernel is a key component of the open source Linux operating system. The vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2020-28588, was found in the proc/pid/syscall functionality of 32-bit ARM devices running the OS.

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