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Vega Review | Tech Radar

Vega is a free and open source web security scanner (opens in a new tab) written in Java and created to help cybersecurity professionals find and fix various web vulnerabilities such as SQL injection, cross-site scripting (XSS), shell injection, remote file inclusion (RFI), disclosure of sensitive information, and much more. …

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Secure your home assistant installation with a free SSL certificate

Available for Windows, macOS and Linux systems (including Raspberry Pi), the open source Home Assistant software acts as a central hub to control all your smart devices for all your home automation needs. If you want to access your Home Assistant server remotely, either via DDNS or Cloudflare Tunnel, you …

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Open source can play a key role in creating a sustainable future

Huawei’s Bryan Che spoke to SiliconRepublic.com about the importance of global collaboration. and how open source technology can help improve energy efficiency. Open source technology can play an important role in addressing the climate emergency, providing greater collaboration and shared learning. That’s according to Bryan Che, Huawei’s Chief Strategy Officer …

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IBM launches fourth-generation LinuxONE servers

IBM has unveiled the next generation of its LinuxONE server, which uses the Telum processor found in the System Z mainframe, promising scalable, scalable performance and much lower power consumption. Officially dubbed IBM LinuxONE Emperor 4, even though it uses the System Z processor, it only runs Linux-based workloads. The …

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Report unveils details of US cyberattack

[Photo/IC] An implantation tool called “suctionchar” was used by the US National Security Agency to intercept passwords and login data during the cyberattack against internal servers at Northwestern Polytechnical University of China in April, according to a report released Tuesday. Separately, traces of “suctionchar” were found in the networks of …

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Top 8 Lightweight Linux Distros with Openbox Window Manager

Looking for a lightweight Linux distro for an old PC? You’re in luck, because Openbox has the answer to all your distribution problems. It is a highly customizable and lightweight next-gen window manager that runs smoothly on older hardware. That’s not all; it provides extensive standard support to replace popular …

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DEADBOLT ransomware reappears and attacks QNAP devices – Naked Security

Yes, ransomware is one more thing. No, not all ransomware attacks go as you would expect. Most contemporary ransomware attacks involve two groups of criminals: a hard core that creates the malware and handles the extortion payments, and the “members” of a loose clan of “affiliates” who actively penetrate the …

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8 Java frameworks for embedded development

1 credit The creators of Java had a vision that the language was “write once, run anywhere”, and their success couldn’t be more evident than in the embedded world. Being able to write a single version of a Java program and run pretty much the same binaries everywhere is a …

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Azure VMs with Ampere Altra Arm processors now available to everyone

Microsoft recently announced general availability (GA) of virtual machines (VMs) on Azure with the Altra amp, a processor based on the Arm architecture. Additionally, Arm-based VMs can be included in Kubernetes clusters managed using Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). Previously the company spear preview of the new all-rounder Dpsv5 and Dplsv5 …

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The Polygenic Risk Score Knowledge Base provides a centralized online repository for calculating and contextualizing polygenic risk scores

Sanders-Brown Center on Aging, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, USA Madeline L. Page, Elizabeth L. Vance, Mark TW Ebbert, CD Smith, GA Jicha, RE Khouli, FD Raslau, and Justin B. Miller Department of Biology, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, USA Matthew E. Cloward, Ed Ringger, Louisa Dayton, and John SK …

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Sliver offensive security framework increasingly used by threat actors

The offensive security tool used by penetration testers is also used by threat actors from the ransomware and cyber espionage spheres. Image: Adobe Stock The market for penetration testing and security auditing is huge, and there are many different tools available on the market, or even free of charge, to …

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8 essential self-hosting projects for your Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi is a single board computer, built for a price but capable of high performance and performing the kind of tasks you would more easily associate with a server farm or data center. Self-hosted web services and applications are a popular hobby today, and this article will introduce …

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A 2001 legal dispute over Linux code leaves open the possibility that a company could charge a fee for its use.

When GNU/Linux is considered an operating system of the Unix family of systems, many people tend to think that the former was developed using code from the latter, the original Unix developed by AT&T. But this is not the case: Linux (what we properly call “Linux”, i.e. the kernel of …

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Googerteller talks about how often your computer communicates with Google

Your device may *beep* sending more *beep* data to Google *beep* than you have *beep* Tired of companies tracking your activity across apps and showing you targeted ads moments after you watch something? You’re far from alone, and growing user dismay has forced companies like Google to implement measures like …

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Global Antivirus Software Market Report 2022: Rising Number of Cyberattacks to Drive Industry Growth – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Global Antivirus Software Market Report 2022, By Type, Operating System, End User” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global antivirus software market is expected to grow from $3.92 billion in 2021 to $4.06 billion in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.6%. …

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Playing Janet Jackson’s ‘Rhythm Nation’ Can Crash Old Hard Drives

A new jailbreak for John Deere tractors, demonstrated at the Defcon security conference in Las Vegas last Saturday, highlighted the strength of the right to repair movement as it continues to gain momentum in the United States . Meanwhile, researchers are developing expanded tools to detect spyware on Windows, Mac …

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The infamous hacking group Lazarus targeting Mac users with fake job postings

The infamous North Korean hacking group Lazarus is trying to target Apple Inc. Mac users through fake job postings. Detailed on August 16 by security researchers at ESET sro on Twitterthe new Lazarus campaign involves fake emails posing as job postings from Coinbase Inc developers. The fake job emails include …

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Canonical Launches Native .NET Experience on Ubuntu

Unsplash/Tom Van Der Kuip Software development company Canonical has launched a new native Microsoft .NET experience on Ubuntu – the company’s open-source operating system for enterprise servers, desktops, the cloud and the Internet of Things . .NET developers can now accelerate their Linux journeys on Ubuntu – a Linux-based system …

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Dropbox vs iDrive: which is better?

The world of cloud drives can be particularly confusing, especially since until recently companies typically stored their own data on internal servers, which are both expensive to purchase and often require specially trained personnel to their maintenance. For businesses, cloud drives may represent better value for money, but personal customers …

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Rufus: Microsoft blocks Windows ISO downloads

It looks like Microsoft has started blocking Windows ISO downloads from Rufus. Rufus is a popular open source tool for creating bootable media. Windows ISO image download options were introduced in Rufus 3.5, which the developer released in 2019. The ability to download Windows 8, Windows 10, and Windows 11 …

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A laptop based on the Russian-made Baikal M1 appears in pre-production

Bitblaze, a Russian brand specializing in servers, storage systems and workstations, introduced its pre-production Bitblaze Titan BM15 laptop based on the Russian-designed Baikal-M1 processor. The laptop, designed primarily for government agencies and enthusiasts, is expected to go into mass production in November. The only question is whether the company can …

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6 Important Factors to Consider When Choosing a Linux Distro

Linux is a modern operating system that shares many similarities with Unix. Linux is fast, reliable and very stable. It is also easy to use and suitable for both home and professional use. With hundreds of Linux distros available online, it’s not always easy to find the perfect distro that …

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Linux 6.0 SMB3 client code brings improved multi-channel performance

Linux CIFS/SMB3 client updates were merged on Sunday for the Linux 6.0 merge window. Notable with this round of updates is a performance boost for multi-channel mode. The SMB 3.0 protocol in modern versions of Windows and Linux supports multi-channel operation to increase network performance and reliability. SMB multichannel operation …

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Put simply: the Earth is spinning faster and here’s how it could impact your life

The blue planet Earth usually takes 24 hours to rotate on its axis, but no more. On July 29, Earth’s full rotation was 1.50 milliseconds less than 24 hours, meaning Earth had its shortest day and it wasn’t just a fluke. here’s how The earth spins faster could impact you. …

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Job Opportunity for B.Tech Graduates at AMD

Job Opportunity for B.Tech Graduates at AMD Insight: AMD is recruiting an experienced Senior Silicon Design Engineer at its Bangalore site. AMD is looking for an exceptional technical leader to help analyze and optimize the performance of EPYC-based servers for cloud, enterprise, and HPC and Machine Learning workloads. The complete …

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Should we call Rust a failing programming language?

Google engineers recently introduced “Carbon”, an open-source programming language hailed as the possible successor to C++. With the new “experimental” language making the internet the talk, conversations about why “Rust” didn’t become the official successor to C++ also surfaced. With its own community of people called ‘Rustaceae‘ who use, contribute …

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Universal Media Server 11.3.0 – Neowin

Software Razvan Serea Journalist Neowin · July 31, 2022 12:06 p.m. EDT Universal Media Server is a DLNA compatible UPnP media server. UMS was released by SubJunk, an official PMS developer, to provide greater file stability and compatibility. The program streams or transcodes many different media formats with little to …

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Explore the main types of AWS storage for files, blocks, and objects

Organizations new to AWS are sometimes surprised to learn that Amazon offers several types of cloud storage. Amazon allows an organization to choose the best possible type of storage based on the costs and requirements of a workload. AWS storage types for files, blocks, and objects, including Simple Storage …

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The Story Behind Google’s Internal Desktop Linux

If you look around Google’s offices in Mountain View, California, you’ll see Windows machines, Chromebooks, Macs, and gLinux desktops. G what, you ask? Well, in addition to relying on Linux for its servers, Google has its own Linux desktop distro. You can’t get it – damn it! – but for …

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Meta proposes to eliminate leap seconds • The Register

The engineering team at Meta proposed to remove leap seconds. Time Lords at International Earth Rotation and Reference Systems Service sometimes decrees to add a leap second – usually a 3601st second in an hour – to reflect the changing speed of the Earth’s rotation and to ensure that our …

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How to Open Ports with Portmaster Network Monitor

Jack Wallen demonstrates how to open a port in Portmaster to allow secure shell traffic to a desktop computer. Image: vegefox.com/Adobe Stock Portmaster isn’t just a cross-platform network monitor – it’s also a very powerful security tool that can help lock down your desktops and block things like ads, trackers, …

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Tuxedo brings Linux support to liquid-cooled laptops • The Register

Computer chips are getting so hot these days that some companies are starting to put liquid cooling in laptops so they can run faster – or quieter and cooler to the touch. Just look at Germany-based Tuxedo Computers, which earlier this year launched a high-performance 15-inch laptop with support for …

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Caliber 6.1.0 – Neowin

Software Razvan Serea Journalist Neowin · July 17, 2022 3:36 a.m. EDT Caliber is an open-source e-book library management application that lets you manage your e-book collection, convert e-books between different formats, sync with popular e-book reading devices, and read your e-books with the included viewer. It acts as an …

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A New Retbleed Speculative Execution Flaw Appears

A research team in Switzerland has found a new variant of the nasty speculative execution vulnerabilities that have plagued some Intel and AMD chips and developed a practical attack that allows an unprivileged attacker to leak sensitive in-memory information from locations it shouldn’t be able to access. . The flaw, …

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Infected WordPress Site Reveals Malicious C&C Script

Bitcoin prices are down 60% year-to-date, trading well off the all-time highs of $69,000 seen last November. Some altcoins have fallen even further in value, as the value of digital currencies has plummeted over the past six months. While we can collectively agree that cryptocurrencies are incredibly volatile and currently …

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Global Virtual Private Servers (VPS) Market 2022 Comprehensive Overview, Growth and Forecast 2028

A new MarketsandResearch.biz research study focuses on the growth rate of the Global Virtual Private Servers (VPS) Market from 2022 to 2028. The report includes information on the previous year’s growth trends, market share, industry analysis, growth factors, limitations, opportunities and challenges, as well as the profiles of the main …

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MySQL has become the most popular and accessible database. Effective use of databases

dbForge Studio for MySQL is a powerful IDE with a comprehensive set of tools for developing, managing, and administering MySQL and MariaDB databases. The GUI-based dbForge Studio for MySQL makes it easy to perform complex tasks on MySQL and MariaDB databases. Additionally, it also contains command-line tools for fine-grained control …

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Junior Systems Engineer – IT-Online

Purpose of the position The role has responsibility for supporting infrastructure applications, servers and virtual environments that enable business services across IT across VARIOUS locations. This role will also be responsible for setting up and managing the new servers (Virtual and Physical), which includes, the Mine, Lubumbashi, Kinshasa and Johannesburg. …

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Norton and Columbia set to fight over malware patents • The Register

The legal battle between NortonLifeLock and Columbia University over anti-malware patents continued last week, with attorneys’ fees and a new lawsuit pending two months after a jury awarded the university $185 million. In 2013, Columbia sued Norton and accused the company of infringing 167 claims on six patents. Although May’s …

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6 Best Bittorrent Client Alternatives for Torrent Downloading

Here is the list of best official BitTorrent client alternatives to download various files using Torrent downloads… BitTorrent is a file sharing protocol that allows the exchange of files of any kind. In principle, Bittorrent corresponds to other once well-known file sharing platforms such as eMule or Limewire. Since all …

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OpenSSL 3.0.5 awaits release to fix potential security flaw • The Register

The latest version of OpenSSL v3, a widely used open source library for secure networking using the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol, contains a memory corruption vulnerability that compromises x64 systems with advanced vector extensions 512 (AVX512) from Intel. OpenSSL 3.0.4 was released on June 21 to address a command …

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PrivadoVPN Review: Disrupting the Market?

Evaluation: 5/10 ? 1 – Absolute hot waste 2 – A kind of lukewarm waste 3 – Severely flawed design 4 – Some advantages, many disadvantages 5 – Acceptably imperfect 6 – Good enough to buy on sale 7 – Great, but not best in class 8 – Fantastic, with …

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Solend votes to seize whale account • The Register

Decentralized financial lending platform Solend tried to fend off the effects of the crypto meltdown over the weekend when 97.5% of its users voted to give it emergency powers to liquidate its biggest account customer. A second vote held today overturned the first. Despite our best efforts, we were unable …

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Development of a robust technique for the transmission of synchronized data in real time from a Magnetic Observatory to an INTERMAGNET GIN

Since internet availability at PowerLine is very limited due to its remote location from a city, we approached a reliable permanent fiber optic setup from BSNL (Bharath Sanchar Nigam Limited) maintained by the government. from India. But it was too expensive to set up and maintain, so we used the …

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Introducing Ghostwriter v3.0 – Security Boulevard

The Ghostwriter team recently released v3.0.0. This release represents an important milestone for the project, and there’s never been a better time to try Ghostwriter. Our goal was to greatly simplify the installation and management of the application and to allow the addition of external functionality via an API. This …

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System Engineer (Linux Focus) at 2Cana Solutions

Travel: Limited, but may be required both locally and internationally.Location: Remote, but should be a reasonable driving distance from our Durban officeStaff: NoneOn call: every other week InsightWe are looking for an experienced and motivated Systems Engineer with excellent technical skills to join the infrastructure team of our growing organization …

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All you need to know

Installing a few smart plugs, switches, or bulbs and controlling them through your smartphone doesn’t make your home smart. A smart home should be smart enough to make decisions, automate your devices, and send notifications and alerts based on events, time, or information from various sensors. Although some manufacturers provide …

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KIOXIA Announces Optimized Platform Certified with KumoScale Software | New

SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–June 9, 2022– KIOXIA America, Inc. is pleased to announce that Dell Technologies OEM Solutions will provide a platform with optimized configurations for KIOXIA Kumo Scale ™ storage software. Based on Dell PowerEdge R6525 rack server using KIOXIA CM6 Series Enterprise NVM Express™ (NVMe™) SSDs, the systems …

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Fix “Java Not Recognized” Error

How to Fix “Java Not Recognized” Error Here are the three easiest ways to fix Java’s “not recognized as an internal or external command” error: Install or reinstall Java and the JDK on your computer Add Java’s bin directory to computer’s PATH Restart the command prompt, terminal window or Powershell …

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Japan lets its banks issue stablecoins • The Register

Japan’s parliament has passed legislation allowing yen-linked stablecoins, becoming one of the first countries – and by far the largest economy – to regulate a form of non-fiat digital currency. The regulations state that only banks and other registered financial institutions — such as money transfer agents and trust companies …

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Do you have an old iPad lying around? You might be able to get it working on Linux soon

Enlarge / Booting Linux on an old iPad Air 2. If you have an unused 2013 or 2014 iPad because it no longer receives updates from Apple and has stopped running the apps you need, some developers are working on an alternative software solution for you. Developer Konrad Dybcio and …

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Full Stack .Net Developer (JHB/CPT/Remote) at Datafin Recruitment

ENVIRONMENT: JOIN the global team of a fast growing FinTech company looking for your coding skills as a Full Stack .Net Developer. You will help develop a key product in the financial data space by involving yourself in all aspects of the project life cycle: obtaining requirements from internal and …

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How to Mount and Unmount Drives in Linux

In a Linux GUI, we usually take for granted that when we insert a USB flash drive, hard drive, or even a DVD disc, they just appear ready to go. But under the hood there is a process where the device is mounted (out of the box) and assigned to …

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How to install fail2ban on Ubuntu Server 22.04 : Jammy Jellyfish

Jack Wallen walks you through the process of installing fail2ban on Ubuntu Server 22.04 to prevent malicious login attempts. Image: PAOLO/Adobe Stock Fail2ban is one of the first things you need to install on your new Linux server deployments. Once deployed, fail2ban works to prevent malicious and brute force login …

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Remote Access Server Industry Expected to Reach $8 Billion by 2028 -RFRain, East Coast Datacom, Nfina Technologies, B-SCADA, Asentria Corporation, Bomara Associates, Ciphertex, A1webcams Inc., Cepoint, Patton Electronics Co., Waterfall Security Solutions, Optima Telecom

New Jersey, USA, – Mr Accuracy Reports published new research on Global Remote Access Server covering the micro level of analysis by competitors and key business segments (2022-2029). Global Remote Access Server explores in-depth study on various segments like opportunity, size, development, innovation, sales and global growth of key players. …

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How To Check Internet Speed ​​Using Command In Ubuntu Linux

Let’s learn the steps to check the internet speed on your Ubuntu using the command terminal without using the browser. Bandwidth describes a range of frequencies in which the transmission of electrical signals is possible. The greater the difference between the lower and higher frequencies, the greater the bandwidth and …

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How to use aliases in Exchange Online so customers don’t know your real email address

Image: PhotoGranary/Adobe Stock It seems odd that Outlook and Exchange have a habit of making it difficult to work with more than one email address in an account. It turns out there are plenty of good reasons to use multiple addresses or even hide a home address. Perhaps you share …

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Intel promises “substantial contributions” to the growth of RISC-V • The Register

Analysis Here’s something that would have seemed odd just a few years ago: to help fuel Intel’s future growth, the x86 giant has pledged to do what it can to make the open-source RISC-V ISA worthy of widespread adoption. In a presentation, an Intel representative shared some details about how …

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With a CAGR of 19.8%, the global Linux operating system market size

Pune, India, May 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The world Linux operating system market Cut is expected to grow from USD 6.27 billion in 2022 to USD 22.15 billion by 2029 at a CAGR of 19.8% during the forecast period. The market is expected to grow over the projected period …

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How Intel and AMD hope to win the cloud security game • The Register

Analysis As cloud service providers increasingly turn to x86 architecture alternatives, Intel and AMD are trying to find ways to win or retain market favor – and that includes integrating security features and formation of services and partnerships. Both semiconductor giants announced cloud security initiatives this week. At the Intel …

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9: Integrated Security

Boston: Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) has been Linux for business for a generation now. Today, RHEL touches over $13 trillion from the global economy. Remember when people thought Linux couldn’t handle big business? Ha! With the release of RHEL 9 to Red Hat Summit In Boston, Red Hat enhanced …

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How to configure a Microsoft SQL Server database in Docker on Linux

Microsoft SQL Server is a robust and widely used database management system (DBMS). Traditionally, SQL Server databases were set up on dedicated servers or virtual machines, but Docker changed all that. Let’s see how to set up a SQL Server instance on a Linux container with Docker. Benefits of running …

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Build a new runtime platform for Redis customers

Over the past decade, Say it again has become a popular and widely used in-memory cache. unlike most distributed cachesit offers a compelling set of built-in data structures that enhance its capabilities beyond just storing serialized objects. Created in 2009 As a single-server store to help design a web server, …

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Unpatched DNS vulnerability affects wide range of IoT devices

Cybersecurity researchers have revealed an unpatched security vulnerability that could pose a serious risk to IoT products. The issue, which was originally reported in September 2021, affects the Domain Name System (DNS) implementation of two popular C libraries called uClibc and uClibc-ng which are used to develop embedded Linux systems. …

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Linux 5.19 to help report the physical location of a connected device

Support for sysfs to report the physical location of a device on the connected system/server is added to the main Linux kernel driver code. Especially for large systems and servers with many devices connected and where there may be multiple devices of the same type/model, this relative physical location relating …

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The decentralized social network explained

Mastodon is a free open-source application connected to many independent servers. Each server pays its own fees, allowing for a largely ad-free experience. Mastodon is a social media application available for iPhone and Android, bringing a new experience through a “decentralized” social network. While that certainly sounds intriguing, there are …

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Nine Microsoft vulnerabilities in the top 15 exploited regularly in 2021

Nine Microsoft product vulnerabilities were among the top 15 regularly exploited flaws in 2021 listed by government security agencies in Five Eyes countries. Among these, six remotely exploitable flaws in Microsoft Exchange Server. Four of these flaws have been named ProxyLogon. At the top of the list was Log4Shell, which …

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Python Developer – IT-Online

C/C++; PYTHON DEVELOPER – Automotive Ethernet Control Field We are looking for an experienced C/C++; Python developer to join our engineering team and help us build dynamic software applications for our customers. In this role, you will be responsible for writing and testing scalable code, developing back-end components and integrating …

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How to install CentOS Stream on a PC

Red Hat’s announcement of a CentOS “change of focus” may have sent some users looking for alternatives, but some decided to stick with CentOS as it transitioned to CentOS Stream. If you are one of them, the installation process should be familiar to you. Here’s how to install CentOS Stream …

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What’s going on with Conti and REvil, and should we be worried?

The infamous Conti and REvil/Sodinokibi ransomware gangs seem to have ignored the impact of internal struggles and government actions against their nefarious activities, according to the intelligence now emerging from the security community. As regular followers of the ransomware gang drama soap opera Conti, who is famous for stealing …

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Microsoft Exchange servers hacked to deploy Hive ransomware

A Hive ransomware affiliate has targeted Microsoft Exchange servers vulnerable to ProxyShell security issues to deploy various backdoors including the Cobalt Strike beacon. From there, threat actors perform network reconnaissance, steal administrator account credentials, exfiltrate valuable data, ultimately deploying the file encryption payload. Details are from the security and analytics …

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Sophos breaks new ground in protecting high-impact cloud workloads with new Linux and container security offerings

Sophosa global leader in next-generation cybersecurity, today unveiled advancements for Sophos Cloud Workload Protectionincluding new Linux host and container security features. These enhancements accelerate detection and response to ongoing attacks and security incidents within Linux operating systems, improve security operations, and boost application performance. According to a new study from …

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Best Cloud Migration Software of 2022 April

This list is about the best cloud migration software. We will do our best for you to understand this list of the best cloud migration software. I hope you like this list Best cloud migration software. So let’s start: About the Best Cloud Migration Software The main asset of any …

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Hackers exploit Spring4Shell vulnerability to deploy Mirai Botnet malware

The recently revealed review Spring4Shell the vulnerability is actively exploited by threat actors to execute the Mirai botnet malwareparticularly in the Singapore region since the beginning of April 2022. “The exploit allows threat actors to download the Mirai sample to the ‘/tmp’ folder and execute them after the permission change …

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Mount the application stack

NetApp on Thursday announced plans to acquire Instaclustr, a developer of a platform for delivering fully managed open source database, pipeline and workflow applications as a service. With the acquisition, Sunnyvale, Calif.-based NetApp said it aimed to take its technology to an even higher level above its traditional storage focus. …

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Storage News Ticker – April 6 – Blocks & Files

… Data Protector Arcserve announced the availability of Arcserve Backup 19, an enhanced version of its tape air spacer product. It offers improved performance, security, and reliability over previous versions. Enhancements include FIPS-compliant secure communication updates and encryption libraries for customers requiring military-grade encryption. The product certifies and adds broad …

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ScaleOut Software Announces New Runtime Platform for Redis Customers

Scaling software today announces support for Redis clients in ScaleOut StateServer® Version 5.11 as a Community Preview. With this release, Redis users can leverage the company’s flagship distributed caching product to connect to a cluster of ScaleOut servers and run Redis commands. This open-source Redis software integration with ScaleOut StateServer …

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7 Privacy-Focused Alternatives to Common Linux Software

Although most Linux distributions come with a wide variety of software already installed, there are many other choices available to you if you want more control over the applications installed on your system and the information that passes through those applications when you use them. . Here are some of …

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FLEX LOGIX ANNOUNCES PRODUCTION AVAILABILITY OF INFERX X1M BOARDS FOR EDGE AI VISION SYSTEMS

“With the general availability of our X1M board, customers designing edge servers and machine vision systems can now integrate superior AI inference capabilities with high accuracy, high throughput, and low power consumption on complex models,” said Dana McCarty, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Flex Logix Inference Products. “By …

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How to install phpMyAdmin with Apache on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

Tutorial to learn installation steps of phpMyAdmin on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy JellyFish using Apache web server to manage MariaDB or MySQL via web browser and GUI. phpMyAdmin is a popular open source software that we can get on almost any web hosting service for database management. However, if you …

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Windows vs Linux Benchmarks for AMD Ryzen Server Performance Review

Following up on last week’s article about how AMD is making an interesting pitch for budget Ryzen Dedicated Servers and not just in Europe but around the world, more and more hosting providers are offering options for dedicated server powered by cost-conscious AMD Ryzen, here is an overview of how …

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What is a privilege escalation attack?

An elevation of privilege attack occurs when a user or malicious software process manages to obtain higher permissions – and therefore more control over a computer system – than it is usually granted. This can be achieved by exploiting a bug, vulnerability, misconfiguration in a software application or operating system, …

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Zoom agrees to privacy terms with Dutch ICT purchasing organization • The Register

In the wake of Microsoft’s report card from the Dutch Ministry of Justice and Security, rival messaging platform Zoom gets a nod via a new Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) . The evaluation was carried out by the Privacy Company and commissioned by SURF (the purchasing body of Dutch universities). …

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How to configure remote logging on Linux using rsyslog

Logging is an essential aspect of managing Linux servers. Log messages are useful for root cause analysis and to prevent potential error occurrences in the future. Analyzing and debugging server errors is an essential skill for both IT engineers and system administrators. This guide will show you how to set …

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Attackers Use Default Credentials to Target Enterprises, Top Raspberry Pi and Linux Targets

Findings from a Bulletproof report highlight the problem of poor security hygiene, as automated attacks remain a high security threat to enterprises. Research collected throughout 2021 has shown that 70% of total web activity is currently bot traffic. As attackers increasingly deploy automated attack methods, default credentials are the most …

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Mixtile Blade 3 – A Rockchip RK3588 Pico-ITX board for server applications

The Rockchip RK3588 hype continues with the Mixtile Blade 3, a new Pico-ITX card powered by the Cortex A76/A55 processor, paired with up to 32GB of RAM, up to 256GB of storage, and designed for applications server with two 2.5 GbE interfaces. The single board computer also comes with an …

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The Specter flaw is back – and Intel’s Alder Lake isn’t safe

Intel processors have been subject to several significant security vulnerabilities in recent years, namely Meltdown and Spectre. Today, the latter has appeared again. As reported by Tom’s Hardware and PhoronixSecurity Research Group VUSec and Intel have confirmed the existence of a new speculative execution vulnerability called Branch History Injection (BHI). …

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Samsung hacked, source code stolen: is your phone in danger?

Samsung confirmed today (March 7) that its internal databases were hacked and the source code for Galaxy smartphones and tablets was stolen, but insisted that no customer data was affected. “We were recently made aware that there was a security breach related to certain internal company data,” Samsung said in …

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Leaked stolen Nvidia certificate can sign malicious Windows code • The Register

An Nvidia code-signing certificate was among the mountain of files stolen and leaked online by criminals who ransacked the GPU giant’s internal systems. At least two binaries not developed by Nvidia, but signed this week with its stolen certificate, making them appear as Nvidia programs, have appeared in the VirusTotal …

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Towards an automated network future? Make sure you have prepared your business case

Paid function We expect software development teams to scale rapidly and at scale these days. But can you be sure your data center and network operations teams can keep up? Raw network speed and data center capacity are only part of the equation, says Jon Lundstrom, director of business development …

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