Linux kernel quality, security shows improvement

Thursday, 4 August 2005, 9:51 AM EST

A new study released today by code-analysis tools maker Coverity Inc. finds that overall quality and security of the Linux kernel has improved substantially in the last six months. Specifically, six potentially critical defects in the core file system and networking code have been fixed, the company said.

At Linux Devices.

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