Release Notes: This version of the patch fixes an x86-specific Linux kernel vulnerability where local users could abuse a binary compatibility interface (lcall) to kill processes not belonging to them (including system processes).
Release Notes: We have updated to Linux 2.2.20, which adds a workaround for a vulnerability with certain packet filter setups, and SYN cookies where the packet filter rules could be bypassed. Additionally, even more of the support for combined ELF/a.out setups has been moved under a separate configuration option.
Release Notes: This release fixes two Linux kernel vulnerabilities. It fixes a (non-security) symbol export issue introduced with 2.2.19-ow3 and moves the support for ELF executables which use an a.out format dynamic linker into a separate configuration option.
Release Notes: There are important bugfixes, including to an older kernel vulnerability fix.
Release Notes: Updated to Linux 2.2.19, which contains security fixes not included in older versions of the patch.
Release Notes: A fix for the recently announced execve(2)/ptrace(2) race condition vulnerability in the Linux kernel.
Release Notes: Fixes for the two recently announced Linux kernel vulnerabilities (information leak in sysctl(2) and a race condition in execve(2)).
Release Notes: This release adds support for trampoline code generated with gcc 2.96-69 (found in Red Hat Linux 7.0 updates).
Release Notes: This release has been updated for Linux 2.2.18, and includes workarounds for GNU MailMan and Courier Mail (too many requests).
Release Notes: The patch was updated for Linux 2.2.17, and the documentation was updated.