Samba security patch fixes critical remote code execution hole

The developers of Samba, the open source software that enables file and print sharing between Linux, Windows and Mac OS X computers, released security patches on Tuesday to address a critical vulnerability that can be exploited by remote attackers to execute arbitrary code on systems where the Samba service is running.

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