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No, there were not, and it was disclosed to related vendors some weeks earlier. Some people seem to thing "0 day" is a l33t term for "vulnerability" it seems.



I think all they are suggesting is that running SELinux can protect you from vulnerabilities that no one knows about yet. Obviously they can't give an example of an vulnerability that is still a 0 day.




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