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Pay Attention! Linux Mint 17.3 ISOs Were Hacked On 20th February - Check If You Are Infected Or Not

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Here is a bad news coming from Linux Mint. Today Clem, member of Linux Mint community posted that ISOs of Linux Mint 17.3 were hacked on 20th of February, 2016. Yes! You heard that right. It's something that teaches lesson to all those who don't check MD5 hash to confirm that the image they downloaded are original and not hacked one. Well if you downloaded Linux Mint 17.3 then you should immediately do the following things to be safe.

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