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[#] Wed Mar 01 2017 06:24:24 EST from rss

Subject: SHA-1 collision can break SVN code repositories

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The WebKit repository was corrupted after someone committed two colliding PDF files to it.

[#] Wed Mar 01 2017 07:25:24 EST from rss

Subject: Why a Chrome OS and Android merger isn't what we really need

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If you're a Chromebook user, you might have momentarily longed for an Android app or two for ChromeOS. Here's why this might not be such a good idea.

[#] Wed Mar 01 2017 08:41:38 EST from rss

Subject: How to Securely Transfer Files Between Servers with scp

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If you run a live or home server, moving files between local machines or two remote machines is a basic requirement. There are many ways to achieve that. In this article, we talk about scp (secure copy command) that encrypts the transferred file and password so no one can snoop. With scp you don’t have to start an FTP session or log into the system.

[#] Wed Mar 01 2017 09:42:39 EST from rss

Subject: Raspberry Pi Zero W: The smart person's guide

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This comprehensive guide covers everything you need to know about the tiny $10 computer, the latest from the Raspberry Pi Foundation.

[#] Wed Mar 01 2017 10:58:53 EST from rss

Subject: Linux Security Fundamentals Part 6: Introduction to nmap

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In last week’s tutorial, we tried out tcpdump and wireshark, two of the most useful tools for troubleshooting what is happening as network traffic is transmitted and received on the system. nmap is another essential tool for troubleshooting and discovering information about the network...

[#] Wed Mar 01 2017 11:59:53 EST from rss

Subject: Version control for your Linux /etc/ directory

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One of the many advantages of Linux, UNIX, and similar operating systems is that everything is a file and that most of your configuration is done via text files, allowing you to easily read and write to them with any tool you choose. To monitor your configuration, you have many tools for automating configurations, providing you with detailed control over how your systems are configured. You can easily compare different versions of a configuration file to see any changes. Tracking specific configurations and changes over time allows you to:read more

[#] Wed Mar 01 2017 13:16:09 EST from rss

Subject: Secret Agent Man

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It used to be that only the paranoid among us focused on strict securitypractices, yet these days, it seems like people are stepping up their gameswith respect to encryption, password policy and how theyapproach their computers in general. Although I always have considered myself more insidethat paranoid camp than outside of it, I even have found myself stepping upmy game lately.

[#] Wed Mar 01 2017 14:17:08 EST from rss

Subject: Python 3.6.0 in Fedora 26

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On December 23, 2016, the Python community released Python 3.6.0, the latest version of the popular programming language. The upcoming Fedora 26 release will include Python 3.6.0. Users running Fedora Rawhide already enjoy Python 3.6. For those who want to experience the new... Continue Reading →

[#] Wed Mar 01 2017 15:33:25 EST from rss

Subject: Virtual thin client builds on Raspberry Pi 3, offers HD streaming, dual displays

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NComputing’s RPi 3-based “RX300” thin client can be used as client for its vSpace Pro 10 virtualization platform, as well as in standalone Raspbian mode. NComputing has been delivering Linux- and Windows-compatible virtual thin clients for over a decade, with a special focus on the education market and a secondary focus on small businesses.

[#] Wed Mar 01 2017 16:34:24 EST from rss

Subject: 10 Popular Apps To Use In 2017 If You Haven't

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We all run our favourite apps on your PC. This year you all will be wondering that which apps are updated? Which are the best app to use this year, so let’s take a look at the 10 new best apps for 2017.

[#] Wed Mar 01 2017 17:50:38 EST from rss

Subject: EMC's Joshua Bernstein on When to Deploy Open Source

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Cost might be the last thing to consider when deciding on whether to adopt an open or closed source solution.

[#] Wed Mar 01 2017 18:46:33 EST from rss

Subject: Network Strings v0.20 Available

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Network strings, a small compact network scanner, sniffer and monitor has a new release with UDP scan support.

[#] Wed Mar 01 2017 20:02:49 EST from rss

Subject: IBM gets a patent on “out-of-office” e-mail messages—in 2017

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation is bringing light to what it calls a "stupefyingly mundane" patent on e-mail technology, given not to a patent troll hiding in a small office but to one of the world's largest technology corporations. IBM lawyers wrangled with the US Patent and Trademark Office for years over their bizarre and alarming alternative history, in which IBM invented out-of-office e-mail—in 2010. US Patent No. 9,547,842, "Out-of-office electronic mail messaging system" was filed in 2010 and granted about six weeks ago.

[#] Wed Mar 01 2017 21:13:59 EST from rss

Subject: 4 Security Steps to Take Before You Install Linux

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In this blog series, we’re laying out a set of baseline recommendations for Linux workstation security to help systems administrators avoid most glaring security errors without introducing too much inconvenience. Last week, we covered security considerations for choosing your hardware.

[#] Wed Mar 01 2017 22:14:59 EST from rss

Subject: Researchers find "severe" flaw in WordPress plugin with 1 million installs

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More than 1 million websites running the WordPress content management system may be vulnerable to hacks that allow visitors to snatch password data and secret keys out of databases, at least under certain conditions.

[#] Wed Mar 01 2017 23:31:13 EST from rss

Subject: How to Switch Between Linux Distros Without Losing your Data

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Switching between Linux distributions can be hard when you’re preserving user data. A solution is to give your Home folder its own partition. Here’s how to do it.

[#] Thu Mar 02 2017 00:42:26 EST from rss

Subject: As the Software Supply Chain Shifts, Enterprise Open Source Programs Ramp Up

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Today’s software supply chain is fundamentally different than it was only a few years ago, and open source programs at large enterprises are helping to drive that trend. According to Sonatype’s 2016 State of the Software Supply Chain enterprises are both turning to existing open source projects to decrease the amount of code they have to write, and increasingly creating their own open source tools.

[#] Thu Mar 02 2017 01:53:35 EST from rss

Subject: What to Do After Installing Debian

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Debian is not like most Linux distributions. The Debian installer is more thorough than most, and steers you unsubtly towards free software. As a result, configuring Debian after installation is unusual, too. Depending on your needs and preferences, post-installation setup can include steps necessary after installing any distributions, steps necessary for any Debian installation, and steps for using proprietary software.

[#] Thu Mar 02 2017 02:49:30 EST from rss

Subject: GNU Linux-libre 4.10 Kernel Officially Released for Users Who Want 100% Freedom

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Alexandre Oliva from the GNU Linux-libre project, a non-profit organization chartered to develop and promote a deblobbed and libre Linux kernel, announced the general availability of GNU Linux-libre 4.10.

[#] Thu Mar 02 2017 04:07:57 EST from rss

Subject: Installing CentOS 7.2 on IBM Power System S822LC for high-performance computing (HPC) with a USB device

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If you are installing Linux on your IBM® Power® System S822LC server, then the instructions in this article can help you to start and run your system. These instructions are specific to installing CentOS 7 on an IBM Power System S822LC server for high-performance computing (HPC).

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