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New Linux malware family evades virus detection

Cyber ​​security researchers have discovered several Linux binaries that managed to squeeze past most anti-virus some products. Upon closer inspection, researchers at AT&T Alien Labs identified these binaries as modified versions of the Open source Prism backdoor that has already been used in several campaigns. “We further investigated the samples …

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What is the best Linux distro for machine learning?

– Advertising – – Advertising – A Linux distribution is an open source Linux operating system that contains components such as installers, management tools, and additional software. Linux kernel-based distributions are user-friendly and generally easier to deploy than traditional open source versions. Right now, there are hundreds of Linux distributions …

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Installing MariaDB 10 on Debian 11 Bullseye Linux

Install MariaDB Server 10.6 on Debian 11 Bullseye Linux sudo apt update—————————————————————————————– 1. Refresh the repository cacheRun the system update command which will install all available updates as well as the system repository cache refresh. Note: if you want the version available by default in the Debian 11 base repository, …

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Network server management: Datadog vs NetCrunch

A server is a segment of computer hardware or software that provides functionality such as computer resources, data, programs, and services for other programs or devices called clients. This architecture is called the client-server model. A client can simultaneously behave like a server if it shares resources with a client …

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Teradici brings Mac-as-a-service to multiple platforms

In the wake of the arrival of Windows 365, Mac-as-a-service takes a new step like Teradici adds macOS support to its Teradici Cloud Access Software (CASE). Teradici CAS now provides high-quality remote Mac access that is robust enough to support compute-intensive workloads in a range of systems. I spoke with …

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SafeBreach introduces new tools to automate zero-day detection

At Black Hat and Def Con this week, SafeBreach security researchers Peleg Hadar and Tomer Bar will showcase two new tools developed to automate the discovery of zero-day vulnerabilities. Both announcements highlight the power of automation to increase the efficiency and reach of vulnerability research. The first tool, hAFL1, developed …

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