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The L10n worm (usually pronounced "lion") was a Linux worm that spread in 2001 by exploiting a buffer overflow in the BIND DNS server. It was based on an earlier worm known as the Ramen worm (commonly, albeit incorrectly referred to as the Ramen Virus) which was written to target systems running versions 6.2 and 7.0 of the Red Hat Linux distribution.
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