Second Remote Hole in OpenBSD Default Install

Core Security has found only the second remote hole in OpenBSD’s default install. Core found a memory corruption vulnerability in the code that handles IPv6 packets allowing arbitrary code execution and DoS attack. That’s two remote holes in ten years. How many has MS had since Win98 was released?

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