SentinelOne released Blacksmith, a free Linux tool that can detect meltdown vulnerability exploitation attempts. The Blacksmith tool influences the performance counting feature on modern chipsets. This lets Blacksmith monitor processes to detect malicious behavior. The Meltdown vulnerability generates these patterns during exploitation. Blacksmith reports detected exploitation attempts by email, which allows each admin to take individual action to clean up the exploitation. Linux is one of the preferred world’s supercomputer’s brand, and this makes it a high-value target for attackers. Therefore, it was urgent finding a solution to secure Linux computers from malware attacks and meltdown, since several businesses and working places could have been affected by them.  Meltdown creates a vulnerability that puts Linux powered computers at risk. The flaw is in the kernel that controls the chip performance that allows commonly used programs to access the contents and layout of a computer’s protected kernel memory areas. This tool represents one of the safest and most reliable solution to fight malware attacks and meltdowns at a very fair price.