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[#] Mon Oct 16 2017 09:19:30 EDT from rss

Subject: Researchers Reveal Critical KRACK Flaws in WPA WiFi Security

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Widely used WPA2 protocol for WiFi security is revealed by researchers to be at risk from a form of replay attack that could leave hundreds of millions of devices vulnerable to attack.

[#] Mon Oct 16 2017 10:38:47 EDT from rss

Subject: LinuxAndUbuntu Review Of BunsenLabs Linux

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Once upon a time there was Crunchbang Linux, and then it was no more, and then the community brought it back to life in another form known as BunsenLabs Linux. This distribution offers a lightweight and easily customizable Openbox desktop.

[#] Mon Oct 16 2017 11:57:04 EDT from rss

Subject: Upgrade Fedora Workstation to Fedora 27 Beta

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In case you missed the news, Fedora 27 Beta was released last week. If you’re running Fedora Workstation, it’s easy to upgrade to the Beta release. Then you can try out some of the new features early. This article explains... Continue Reading →

[#] Mon Oct 16 2017 12:58:03 EDT from rss

Subject: Get Your Weather Forecast From the Linux CLI

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It's be convenient to be able to retrieve the latest weather forecast right from your terminal without opening up a web browser, wouldn't it? What about scripting it or setting a cron job? Well, you can.

[#] Mon Oct 16 2017 14:00:05 EDT from rss

Subject: Open Source Project Grafeas Enforces Kubernetes Supply Chain Security

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Although Grafeas isn't container specific, that's really what it's all about. It includes Kritis, a policy engine for enforcing secure software supply chain policies that connects to Kubernetes using the ImagePolicyWebHook plugin. According to Google, Kritis offers "real-time enforcement of container properties at deploy time for Kubernetes clusters based on attestations of container image properties" that are stored in Grafeas.

[#] Mon Oct 16 2017 14:47:52 EDT from rss

Subject: 4 website maintenance mistakes to avoid

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Maintenance is a good idea for every website, but it's a requirement for websites using open source code. The upside of open source is that everyone can participate. The downside is that means keeping up with everyone's changes. Code gets patched, which causes other code to stop working and need patches in turn. Exploits are found and then blocked. Fancy new features are developed, and your users want them. All of this means you need to keep up! The most important weapon to combat these forces is more

[#] Mon Oct 16 2017 15:50:54 EDT from rss

Subject: Top 10 Hacking Techniques Used By Hackers

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We live in a world where cyber security has become more important than physical security, thousands of websites and emails are hacked daily. Hence, It is important to know the Top hacking techniques used by hackers worldwide to exploit vulnerable targets all over the internet.

[#] Mon Oct 16 2017 16:51:53 EDT from rss

Subject: psdash

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psdash is a system monitoring and information web dashboard for Linux written in python using psutils and flask.

[#] Mon Oct 16 2017 17:52:53 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Deploy Clojure Web Application on Debian 9

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This guide will walk through the process of deploying a simple web application in Clojure using supervisor and Nginx. Clojure is a modern general-purpose programming language for the JVM that focuses on concurrent programming found in operating systems. Clojure enables you to make use of the existing JVM infrastructure, including tools, libraries and application servers.

[#] Mon Oct 16 2017 18:40:41 EDT from rss

Subject: Alibaba and Red Hat Partner to Take RHEL-as-a-Service to China's Largest Cloud

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Although Red Hat in the cloud is already available in China, the new arrangement is important because it makes the company's software portfolio available on the largest cloud in the largest of the emerging markets. This benefits existing customers with expansion plans that include what is now the world's second largest economy. It also promises to generate revenue from inside the country.

[#] Mon Oct 16 2017 19:44:44 EDT from rss

Subject: Red Hat Releases CRI-O 1.0 for Kubernetes Container Runtime

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Red Hat announced the official 1.0 general availability release of CRI-O on Oct. 16, providing a competitive alternative to running the Docker runtime in Kubernetes deployments. The news comes as the DockerCon EU conference gets underway in Copenhagen, Denmark from Oct. 16-19.

[#] Mon Oct 16 2017 20:31:30 EDT from rss

Subject: Solus Gets Driverless Printing, Improvements to Linux Steam Integration, More

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Solus' communications manager Joshua Strobl is reporting today on the latest goodies and software updates that landed recently in the software repositories of the Linux-based operating system.

[#] Mon Oct 16 2017 21:34:33 EDT from rss

Subject: Private Internet Access becomes a KDE Patron

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Private Internet Access is joining KDE as a Patron and pledges to support the work of KDE e.V. through the corporate membership program.

[#] Mon Oct 16 2017 22:39:36 EDT from rss

Subject: Uber Open Sources AthenaX, Its Streaming Analytics Platform

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In production for six months, the platform powers Uber's business, running more than 220 applications in the company's data centers.

[#] Mon Oct 16 2017 23:42:38 EDT from CK

Subject: Protect your wifi on Fedora against KRACK

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You may have heard about KRACK (for “Key Reinstallation Attack”), a vulnerability in WPA2-protected Wi-Fi. This attack could let attackers decrypt, forge, or steal data, despite WPA2’s improved encryption capabilities. Fear not — fixes for Fedora packages are on their... Continue Reading →

[#] Tue Oct 17 2017 00:59:54 EDT from rss

Subject: Compact Kaby Lake module loads up on USB and PCIe

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Aaeon’s COM-KBUC6 is a COM Express Type 6 Compact module with “Kaby Lake” Core-U CPUs, 5x PCIe, 12x USB, and 3x SATA III. Aaeon has revised its Intel 6th Gen Core based COM-SKUC6 COM Express Type 6 Compact module, which we covered in brief in 2015 as part of Intel’s Skylake announcement, as a new “Kaby Lake” based COM-KBUC6.

[#] Tue Oct 17 2017 02:16:09 EDT from rss

Subject: Using the Linux find command with caution

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To make sure files aren't removed accidentally when running the Linux find command, use the -ok command. It will ask for permission before removing any files.

[#] Tue Oct 17 2017 03:33:06 EDT from rss

Subject: DragonFly BSD 5.0 Operating System Debuts Next-Generation HAMMER2 File System

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More than six months after the release of the 4.8 series, the BSD-derived DragonFly BSD operating system has been updated today to version 5.0, a major new stable series that introduces new features and numerous improvements.

[#] Tue Oct 17 2017 04:49:21 EDT from rss

Subject: Intel-based IoT edge computers offer up to 10x GbE and PoE too

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Corvalent’s new “CorEdge Box PCs” offer Bay Trail or Haswell CPUs with up to 10x GbE, up to 6x serial, and 4x USB ports, plus an optional PoE model. Corvalent’s new CorEdge Box PCs focus on IoT edge computing, including monitoring, networking, and data acquisition applications.

[#] Tue Oct 17 2017 05:50:21 EDT from rss

Subject: Using Dell Dock with Ubuntu

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Over the years I have found my way around many minor hurdles when using Ubuntu, the most recent being Using the DELL ULTRAHD 4K USB 3.0 DOCKING STATION (D3100). I was issued one at work to allow me to hook 2 IPS monitors to my generic i5 laptop which only had one hdmi. Now for my co workers using windows, this was fairly simple. Where as I found it a little harder but mostly because of how hidden the drivers were.

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