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[#] Wed Dec 31 1969 19:00:00 EST from rss

Subject: How inner sourcing saved our IT department

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Red Hat is a company with roughly 11,000 employees. The IT department consists of roughly 500 members. Though it makes up just a fraction of the entire organization, the IT department is still sufficiently staffed to have many application service, infrastructure, and operational teams within it. Our purpose is "to enable Red Hatters in all functions to be effective, productive, innovative, and collaborative...

[#] Thu Jan 18 2018 03:56:37 EST from rss

Subject: Four Malicious Google Chrome Extensions Affect 500K Users

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The ICEBRG Security Research team discovered four malicious Google Chrome extensions during a routine investigation of anomalous traffic. More than 500,000 users, including workstations in major businesses around the world, have been affected.

[#] Thu Jan 18 2018 05:12:52 EST from rss

Subject: Firefox locks down its future with HTTPS 'secure contexts'

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Mozilla's embrace of HTTPS, the secure form of HTTP, has ratcheted up a notch with the news that Firefox developers must start using a web security design called 'secure contexts' "effective immediately."

[#] Thu Jan 18 2018 06:29:08 EST from rss

Subject: Hehe, still writing code for a living? It's 2018. You could be earning x3 as a bug bounty hunter

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Oh, yeah, and learning new tricks and protecting stuff, sureEthical hacking to find security flaws appears to pay better, albeit less regularly, than general software engineering.…

[#] Thu Jan 18 2018 08:17:54 EST from rss

Subject: Microsoft, Masking/Hiding Itself Behind Patent Trolls, is Still Engaging in Patent Extortion

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A review of Microsoft's ugly tactics, which involve coercion and extortion (for businesses to move to Azure and/or for OEMs to preload Microsoft software) while Microsoft-connected patent trolls help hide the "enforcement" element in this whole racket

[#] Thu Jan 18 2018 09:34:09 EST from rss

Subject: How to create outlines in Linux with TreeLine

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As someone who's been known to string a few words together, I know that a well-crafted outline can be a key part of any writing project. Why? A good outline helps you organize your work. It provides a structure for what you're writing as well as a roadmap from beginning to end.Outlines aren't just for writing, either. They can be a great tool for organizing just about any kind of more

[#] Thu Jan 18 2018 10:50:24 EST from rss

Subject: NHS: Thanks for all the free work, Linux nerds, now face our trademark cops

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Dev team quits, suggests NHS used them to get better deal with MicrosoftThe small team behind an ambitious NHoS Linux project are calling it a day, citing receipt of a trademark infringement warning from the Department of Health's (DoH) "brand police" as the "final straw".…

[#] Thu Jan 18 2018 12:07:40 EST from rss

Subject: 4 Tools for Network Snooping on Linux

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Carla Schroder looks at how to use whois, dig, nmcli, and nmap to investigate networks.

[#] Thu Jan 18 2018 13:23:55 EST from rss

Subject: No More Ubuntu! Debian is the New Choice For Google

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Goobuntu is now being replaced by gLinux, which is based on Debian Testing.

[#] Thu Jan 18 2018 14:41:03 EST from rss

Subject: Securing the Linux filesystem with Tripwire

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While Linux is considered to be the most secure operating system (ahead of Windows and MacOS), it is still vulnerable to rootkits and other variants of malware. Thus, Linux users need to know how to protect their servers or personal computers from destruction, and the first step they need to take is to protect the more

[#] Thu Jan 18 2018 16:02:22 EST from rss

Subject: Cooking With Linux : Installing and Running ReactOS

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VIDEO: Back in the before time (1996), there was a project called FreeWin95 which was originally meant to create a clone of Windows 95. Two years later, that project became ReactOS.

[#] Thu Jan 18 2018 17:05:19 EST from rss

Subject: Amazing Facts about Linux Operating System You Probably Don't Know

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It was almost 20 years ago when the first version of Linux came into the market and since then, this operating system has made its important stature beside Microsoft Windows. Linux has turned out to be one of the most acknowledged and extensively used operating system.

[#] Thu Jan 18 2018 18:22:01 EST from rss

Subject: Monitoring Your Picluster with Elasticsearch and Kibana

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PiCluster is a simple way to manage Docker containers on multiple hosts. It will work on x86 or ARM CPU architectures that can run Docker and Node.js. PiCluster 2.3 will be out soon and I wanted to share the exciting new Elasticsearch integration currently in the dev branch. Traditionally, PiCluster had the ability to store its log output in Elasticsearch. Starting in PiCluster 2.3, node metrics such as disk, cpu, and memory utilization is stored also. With this ability, users can easily view their host metrics over time.

[#] Thu Jan 18 2018 19:38:16 EST from rss

Subject: Educational-Oriented Escuelas Linux 5.6 Distro Released with LibreOffice 6.0

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Bodhi-based, educational-oriented Escuelas Linux GNU/Linux distribution has been updated today to version 5.6, as developer Alejandro Diaz informed us a few moments ago.

[#] Thu Jan 18 2018 20:54:30 EST from rss

Subject: SBC kit runs Linux on a quad -A53 i.MX8M SoC

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CompuLab released details and pricing for its “SBC-iMX8 Evaluation Kit.” The sandwich-style SBC includes an i.MX8M-based CL-SOM-iMX8 module, and provides WiFi, BT, GbE, USB 3.0, PCIe, HDMI 2.0, and more. Earlier this week when we reported on CompuLab’s CL-SOM-iMX8 compute module, there were only a few details on the board’s SBC-iMX8 Evaluation Kit.

[#] Thu Jan 18 2018 21:55:31 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install Cassandra Distributed Database on CentOS 7

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In this tutorial, we will learn how to install and configure Cassandra on CentOS 7. Cassandra is a free and open source distributed database management system that can be used to handle large amounts of data across many servers.

[#] Thu Jan 18 2018 23:11:46 EST from rss

Subject: $25k Linux Journalism Fund

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Linux Journal's new parent, Private Internet Access, has established a $25k fundto jump-start the next generation of Linux journalism[he]mdash[/he]and to spend it here,where Linux journalism started in 1994.

[#] Fri Jan 19 2018 00:28:01 EST from rss

Subject: Google moves to Debian for in-house Linux desktop

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Google is officially moving from Ubuntu to Debian for its in-house Linux desktop. Google has officially confirmed the company is shifting its in-house Linux desktop from the Ubuntu-based Goobuntu to a new Linux distro, the DebianTesting-based gLinux.

[#] Fri Jan 19 2018 01:44:16 EST from rss

Subject: Purism Progress Report, Spectre Mitigation for Ubuntu, Malicious Chrome Extensions and More

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Purism, the group behind the security and privacy-focused Librem 5 phone just recently published a progress report highlighting the latest developments and design decisions to its crowdfunded project. Changes include an even faster processor.

[#] Fri Jan 19 2018 03:00:31 EST from rss

Subject: Re-imagining beta testing in the ever-changing world of automation

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Fundamentally, beta testing is a test of a product performed by real users in the real environment. There are a number of names for this type of testing—user acceptance testing (UAT), customer acceptance testing (CAT), customer validation and field testing (common in Europe)—but the basic components are more or less the same. All involve user testing of the front-end user interface (UI) and the user experience (UX) to find and resolve potential more

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