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Fedora Workstation 39 May Introduce...

The Fedora Project’s Anaconda team has been diligently developing a new web-based installer called Anaconda WebUI, which aims to provide a significantly improved and polished installation process for desktop users....

Linux SSH servers targeted by...

AhnLab Security Emergency Response Center (ASEC) researchers have discovered an ongoing hacking activity aimed at installing the Tsunami DDoS botnet, commonly known as Kaiten, on poorly secured Linux SSH servers....

Linux Kernel Vulnerabilities to Know...

With the Linux open-source community, you have the power of developers to add to its codebase as well as improve features and performance. However, this environment also means that hackers...

ChamelGang exploits undocumented implant for...

Cybersecurity researchers at Stairwell have identified a threat actor known as ChamelGang employing a previously undisclosed implant to establish backdoors in Linux systems. This new malware, named ChamelDoH by Stairwell,...

Top 5 Open-Source Tools Every...

Behind the scenes of every well-oiled IT infrastructure, there is a Linux administrator ensuring smooth operations. The role requires a diverse skill set and a toolkit of reliable tools that...

What is Meant By Embedded...

Embedded Linux refers to a scenario where an embedded system employs an operating system that utilizes the Linux kernel. This Linux distribution will be specifically designed for an embedded system;...

GNOME 45 is Scheduled for...

The GNOME developers have already announced the release schedule for the upcoming release, GNOME 45. This includes the six-month-long development cycle and the official release date is September 20, 2023....

Kali Linux 2023.2 Features Hyper-V...

Offensive Security has announced the release of the second 2023 Kali rolling release, Kali Linux 2023.2, on May 30, 2023. Kali Linux 2023.2 brings numerous updates and improvements, all implemented...

Red Hat Improves Software Supply...

Red Hat introduced a solution called the Red Hat Trusted Software Supply Chain that increases resistance to vulnerabilities in the software supply chain. This innovation introduces two new cloud services:...

The 2023 Deep Dive into...

Maintaining a secure and reliable system requires constant attention to the latest Linux kernel updates on the system administrator’s task list. Updates to the Linux kernel offer necessary security patches,...

PPAs Management Improved in Ubuntu...

Canonical confirmed that they had been developing a new method for managing PPAs (Personal Packaging Archives) in the next Ubuntu 23.10 (Mantic Minotaur) release. The development of Ubuntu 23.10 began...

The Underestimated Impact of Linux...

In a world where technology ceaselessly advances, organizations find themselves in a constant pursuit of the latest software iterations. Canonical’s Ubuntu 18.04, a Long Term Support (LTS) version of the...

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