A new virus has been discovered in the GnuTLS cryptographic, which has brought the Linux and other many source packages into jeopardy. However, the security personnel have fixed this issue last week.
The malware is sent from the infected servers to the devices when they have the encrypted HTTPS connections. If the device is using the compromised version of the GnuTLS then it can be hacked easily by the hackers easily.
The Red Hat Bug Tracker told that the fault was discovered in the GnuTLS session IDs. The attackers can use these weaknesses to enter the malware into the system. When the virus attacks, nothing can depict show that the system is getting affected.
This issue occurred after that Heart bleed came into view. The Heartbleed was using the OpenSSL crypto library. Whereas, in the GnuTLS the virus made it insignificant for the GnuTLS to accept the imitation certification as applicable.