Attackers Almost Backdoored Most Linux OSes Worldwide with Supply Chain Attack that Took Years to Set Up

Seemingly unknown attackers have orchestrated a supply chain attack on a ubiquitous Linux library that would have given them backdoor access to most Linux systems worldwide. Linux rules the world, especially in the server space. It's also the backbone of the Internet, so it's easy to see why attackers would want to compromise the operating system. As an open-source project, Linux is built out of numerous independent libraries and software, each maintained by independent developers. In fact, ma
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