I've read a comment made by Radames in this topic:viewtopic.php?f=58&t=6824&hilit=security
“Still, kernel updates should be available using apt-get dist-upgrade, because it is critical for systems security to have most recent updated kernels.
Please make possible to auto-upgrade kernels using apt-get dist-upgrade on 64 bit versions too.”
Well that topic purpose was to ensure that DirtyCOW bug was fixed. And I've been searching for how to keep my personal data secure, beyond upgrade the kernel, what should I do to achieve this? And how?
And another question, every time I browse through some website from Google like youtube or gmail e get this warning:
And just happens with the Google's websites, at any other the warning turns to green and it says I'm secure.. perhaps I'm with troubles related to certification, my question is if I upgrade the kernel will it gets fine?
See I'm not paranoid, and I believe that Google is not stealing my data (like credit cards, passwords), but I don't like when somebody says the place where I am is dangerous. Do ya ? hehheeh well I trust in what I see.