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[#] Mon May 13 2024 10:08:19 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Rescuezilla 2.5 Launches with Enhanced BTRFS Support

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Rescuezilla 2.5 disk imaging app offers Ubuntu 24.04 LTS, 23.10, and 23.04 releases, improving BTRFS handling, experimental CLI, and more.

https://linuxiac.com/rescuezilla-2-5-launches-with-enhanced-btrfs-support/

[#] Mon May 13 2024 11:56:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: May 12th, 2024

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The 187th installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on May 12th, 2024, keeping you updated with the most important things happening in the Linux world.

https://9to5linux.com/9to5linux-weekly-roundup-may-12th-2024

[#] Mon May 13 2024 13:42:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Using Logwatch for Basic Security Monitoring on Linux

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Linux systems write a lot of information to log files. Typically, each system service you install will have its own log file or set of log files. This is in addition to all of the default logs that get generated, such as those from dmesg, boot log, the package manager log, etc. Inside of these files, it is common to see thousands of entries over a very small span of time.

https://linuxconfig.org/using-logwatch-for-basic-security-monitoring-on-linux

[#] Mon May 13 2024 15:29:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: W01 U2500 by 52Pi: High-Speed Networking and NVMe Expansion for Raspberry Pi 5

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W01 U2500 by 52Pi: High-Speed Networking and NVMe Expansion for Raspberry Pi 5The W01 U2500 by 52Pi is a versatile HAT designed specifically for the Raspberry Pi 5, offering a unique combination of NVMe SSD expansion and USB 2.5G network capabilities. This compact solution is powered by the reliable Realtek RTL8156BG chipset, ensuring seamless integration with your Raspberry Pi 5 for high-speed data transfer and networking performance.

https://linuxgizmos.com/w01-u2500-by-52pi-high-speed-networking-and-nvme-expansion-for-raspberry-pi-5/

[#] Mon May 13 2024 17:01:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Kernel 6.9 Officially Released, This Is What’s New

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Linus Torvalds announced today the release and general availability of Linux kernel 6.9, the latest stable version of the Linux kernel that introduces several new features and improved hardware support.

https://9to5linux.com/linux-kernel-6-9-officially-released-this-is-whats-new

[#] Mon May 13 2024 18:32:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Advanced Firewall Management with nftables: Transitioning from iptables

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nftables is the successor to iptables on Linux systems, and has since become the default firewall. If you have not yet transitioned over to nftables, you are missing out on improved performance, easier command syntax, and an overall simpler way to manage firewall rules. In this tutorial, you will learn how to transition to nftables from iptables. To do so, we must become familiar with how nftables differs from iptables from a functional standpoint, as well as the new command syntax for configuring rules.

https://linuxconfig.org/advanced-firewall-management-with-nftables-transitioning-from-iptables

[#] Mon May 13 2024 20:04:03 EDT from rss <>

Subject: (Updated) Pimoroni's NVMe Base Duo Brings New Storage Options to Raspberry Pi 5

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This week, Pimoroni introduced the NVMe Base Duo, a new storage solution for Raspberry Pi 5 users. It accommodates either one or two M-key NVMe SSDs, ranging from sizes 2230 to 2280. Designed to enhance the Raspberry Pi 5, this device provides a practical method for expanding storage capacity. Leveraging PCIe Gen 2 technology, the […]

https://linuxgizmos.com/updated-pimoronis-nvme-base-duo-brings-new-storage-options-to-raspberry-pi-5/

[#] Mon May 13 2024 21:35:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Kernel 6.9 Released with Critical Fixes & Upgrades

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The recently released Linux Kernel 6.9 brings forth a blend of crucial upgrades and enhancements, catering to the ever-evolving needs of the Linux ecosystem. Linus Torvalds, the creator of Linux, underscores this by stating, "a more powerful arm64 machine (thanks to Ampere)," signaling promising optimizations for ARM64 architecture in this new release.

https://linuxsecurity.com/news/security-projects/linux-kernel-6-9

[#] Mon May 13 2024 23:07:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Rescuezilla 2.5 System Recovery Distro Is Out Now Based on Ubuntu 24.04 LTS

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Rescuezilla 2.5 has been released today as the latest stable version of this Ubuntu-based “Swiss Army Knife of System Recovery” distribution based on the popular Clonezilla open-source disk imaging/cloning software.

https://9to5linux.com/rescuezilla-2-5-system-recovery-distro-is-out-now-based-on-ubuntu-24-04-lts

[#] Tue May 14 2024 00:38:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Virtually All VPNs Are Vulnerable to Novel TunnelVision Attack

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A novel attack called TunnelVision has been discovered. It compromises the security of virtually all VPN apps, rendering their purpose useless. The attack manipulates the DHCP server to divert VPN traffic to the attacker, allowing them to read, drop, or modify the traffic. This critical analysis aims to explore the implications of this attack for Linux admins, infosec professionals, internet security enthusiasts, and sysadmins.

https://linuxsecurity.com/news/privacy/tunnelvision-attack

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