The latest top 10 Linux/Unix security holes

Tuesday, 4 November 2003, 6:50 PM EST

SANS and the FBI have once again teamed up and released an updated version of their list of the most exploited IT security vulnerabilities. As usual, this list has been split into Windows flaws and Linux/UNIX flaws. Like the list of the top 10 Windows vulnerabilities, which I covered in a recent article, I have also put together a summary of the Linux/UNIX list.

The following are the top 10 Linux/UNIX flaws, listed in order starting with the most dangerous flaws.

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