Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Gets First Kernel Security Update, Three Vulnerabilities Patched

Dubbed as the Jammy Jellyfish, Ubuntu 22.04 LTS arrived last week on April 21st as Canonical’s 9th long-term support (LTS) series, which means that it will be supported with software and security updates for the next five years, until April 2027.

The Jammy Jellyfish release is also powered by a long-term supported kernel, namely Linux 5.15 LTS, and today it was updated from the version available in the live/installation image (linux-image 5.15.0-25) to fix a total of three security flaws discovered by various security researchers.