Canonical, the company behind the Ubuntu GNU/Linux distribution, has announced that it will provide a live kernel patching services for version 16.04 which was released in April.
A privilege-escalation bug in the Linux kernel, that could allow any application to gain root-level access and take over a device, has been present in the kernel since version 2.6.22 which was released in 2007.
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