Linux Kernel 3.19.6 Is Out with IPv6 Improvements and Updated Drivers

Linux kernel 3.19.6 addresses an issue that appears to affect many architectures, including ARM, ARM64, MIPS, PowerPC, s390, IA64, SPARC, and x86, repairs several IPv4 and IPv6 bugs, and updates numerous drivers, especially for Wireless and Ethernet. Among the issues fixed in Linux kernel 3.19.6, we can mention a verifier memory corruption in the Berkeley Packet Filter and a double call of tcp_v6_fill_cb() in IPv6.

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