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Bit by bit, the PC world is continuing to drop its legacy support.
The latest release of this excellent security, forensic, and penetration testing Linux distribution is everything I have come to expect from the software and more, with both PC (32 and 64 bit) and Raspberry Pi images.
Bluetooth vulnerabilities let attackers control devices running Linux or any OS derived from it, putting much of the Internet of Things at risk, including popular consumer products.
Unikernels promise fast boots, tiny memory footprints, and high performance, but they must be developed from scratch for each application. NEC is working to remove this barrier to unikernel adoption with a configurable unikernel code base called Uni...
Google says Progressive Web Apps are the future of app-like webpages.
This time it's a 'Huge Dirty COW' and Linus Torvalds has cleaned up after it Linus Torvalds last week rushed a patch into the Linux kernel, after researchers discovered the patch for 2016's Dirty COW bug had a bug of its own.…
'Disabling the ME will reduce future vulnerabilities' In a slap to Intel, custom Linux computer seller System76 has said it will be disabling the Intel Management Engine in its laptops.…
Gigabytes of Army, NSA files found out in the open online A classified toolkit for potentially accessing US military intelligence networks was left exposed to the public internet, for anyone to find, according to security researchers today.…
Stagnation had turned Ubuntu into just another distro; now it's interesting all over again.
Leading open-source developer Torvalds does more than swear at poor security development. He spells out what he expects from security programmers.