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Google Project Zero Discloses CentOS...

Google Project Zero discloses CentOS Linux kernel flaws after failing to release timely fixes before the 90-day deadline. Google Project Zero is a security team that is in charge of...

New Variant of IceFire Ransomware...

A new variant of IceFire ransomware has been discovered that targets Linux systems. In the past, it has been found to target Windows only. This ransomware is known for targeting...

Ambivalent about Patching? Here’s All...

Sometimes getting 101’s right comes down to how seriously you take the issue – whether it’s given the right level of priority. Take health 101’s: we know we shouldn’t eat...

Linux Kernel Networking Drivers Development...

The sanctions imposed on the Russian government and its defense industry have caused some interesting issues in the open-source community. The conflict between Russia and Ukraine has led the US...

First Linux Kernel 6.3 Release...

Linux Torvalds announced the first release candidate for Linux Kernel 6.3 on March 14, 2023. This kernel release candidate officially starts the testing phase for the upcoming Linux Kernel 6.3....

How To Recover Lost And...

You don’t need to be a Linux mastermind to recover lost and deleted data in Linux. With the right know-how, you can recover both, and this goes for information that...

Bad Reasons to Update Your...

Freshen up with something new and improved – if it’s as simple as applying a software update…. well, why not? That’s a tempting argument to make for things like updating...

Linux Kernel 6.2 is Now...

Linux 6.2 is the major kernel update of the year 2023 with some new exciting features. It undergoes a range of updates and improvements, such as new and updated drivers,...

The Many Faces of...

Keeping your systems up to date can be done in many different ways, each with its own pros and cons. Some so-called “patching” methods are not even patching at all....

What is Linux Kernel Live...

Breakthroughs don’t often happen in cybersecurity, but when one does, it can be a real magic bullet.  Linux kernel live patching, which is the ability to apply a Linux kernel...

Securing the Linux Kernel Hiding...

Operational Technology (OT) and Industrial Control Systems (ICS) technologies help ensure safety by monitoring and controlling critical operations. OT includes Supervisory Controls And Data Acquisition (SCADA) and Distributed Controls Systems...

The Ultimate Guide to Linux...

After the Equifax data breach, which highlighted the consequences of unpatched software, administrators have the delicate task of ensuring that the latest patches are applied especially across public-facing servers while...

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