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Is Linux Secure, Old Flaw Fixed, and Patchin

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Today in Linux news, an old kernel security bug was patched and Matt Hartley asks if Linux is secure. iTWire.com compares non-reboot kernel updaters SUSE kGraft and Red Hat's kpatch. Red Hat opens a new office in the Orient and Bryan Lunduke helps us understand Fedora.NEXT.

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