There is a new exploit, rated as 7.8 severity level, that affects major Linux distributions of RedHat Enterprise Linux, Debian 8 and CentOS on both VPS servers as well as dedicated servers, called Mutagen Astronomy. Mutagen Astronomy exploits an integer overflow vulnerability in the Linux kernel and supplies root access (admin privileges) to unauthorized users on the intended server. This exploit affects Linux kernel version dating back from July 2007 to July 2017. Living in the kernel, the memory table can be manipulated to overflow using the create_tables_elf() function. After overwhelming the server, the hacker can then overtake the server with its malicious intents.