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This Week in IT – Linux Gets Its Pipes Dirty

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Russell Smith

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This week in IT, all Linux distributions are affected by a serious security flaw, called Dirty Pipe, that can completely destroy systems. Google buys cybersecurity specialist Mandiant, swiping it from underneath Microsoft’s nose. Apple unveils its new all-powerful M1 Ultra chip. And Microsoft makes it easier for startups to participate in its Founders Hub program.

Plus, Windows 11 may be getting tabbed Sets back in a future Insider build, Patch Tuesday updates fix the Windows Reset issue that was causing synchronized OneDrive files to remain on users’ systems, and researchers discover a new CPU speculative execution flaw.

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This Week in IT – Linux Gets Its Pipes Dirty

This week in IT is a weekly podcast hosted by Petri’s Editorial Director Russell Smith. Each week, Russell rounds up the most important stories for IT pros in a short video.

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