A serious vulnerability in Linux Kernel could leak data as it exposed stack memory. The vulnerability exists in a range of Kernel versions. Therefore, users should make sure to update to the latest version to avoid exploitation. Linux Kernel Vulnerability Exposing Memory Researchers from Cisco Talos spotted a serious information disclosure vulnerability in Linux Kernel. Sharing the details in a post, the researchers stated that the bug, CVE-2020-28588, could expose stack memory to an attacker. Hence, exploiting this bug would allow an adversary to exploit the data leak and target more unpatched Linux bugs.