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Major Linux security hole gapes open

The security hole this time is with how almost all Linux distributions implement Linux Unified Key Setup-on-disk-format (LUKS). LUKS is the standard mechanism for implementing Linux hard disk encryption. LUKS is often put into action with Cryptsetup. It’s in Cryptsetup default configuration file that the problem lies and it’s a nasty one.

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