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Sicherheitslücken im Linux-Kernel existieren meist fünf Jahre lang

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Langsam aber stetig geht es bei einem Projekt voran, das die Ausnutzbarkeit von Sicherheitslücken beim Linux-Kernel senken will. Laut dem leitenden Entwickler wird das im Zeitalter des Internet of Things viel wichtiger....

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