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Zalewski on the Other Bash RCEs (CVE-2014-6277 and CVE-2014-6278)

Those interested in the more recently discovered bash vulnerabilities will likely want to have a look at this detailed posting from Michal Zalewski. Then make sure your systems are updated. 

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ownCloud, Red Hat Join Hands to Bring Secure Cloud to Enterprise Customers

Red Hat and ownCloud have come together to offer a secure, private on-premises alternative for file sync and share by combining Red Hat Storage Server 3 with ownCloud’s Enterprise Edition on-premises enterprise file sync and share. 

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LG is Working on a webOS SmartWatch

LG is Working on a webOS SmartWatch

The world's favorite abortive mobile operating system, webOS, refuses to go away quietly. After being open-sourced by HP and then sold off to LG, webOS is now apparently returning to mobile devices in the form of a new LG SmartWatch. A developer website hosted by LG teases a software devel...

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DARPA Joins Math-Secured Microkernel Race

In a discussion that will sound familiar to Australian readers, US military development agency DARPA wants to create provably-secure software.…...

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Other Projects Participating In This Winter's Women Outreach Program

While we've covered the X.Org Foundation's inaugural participation in the GNOME OPW women outreach program given our focus at Phoronix on the Linux graphics stack, women looking for other open-source projects to get involved with in the months ahead have a large choice for this winter OPW cycle...

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OpenWRT "Barrier Breaker" 14.07 released

The long-awaited OpenWRT 14.07 release is out. It includes an update to the 3.10 kernel, a new init system (procd), improved IPv6 support, support for system snapshots and rollbacks, support for dynamic firewall rules, a new MDNS daemon, DNSSEC validation support, and more.

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Linux-Based Kano Ships Its First 18,000 Learn-To-Code Computer Kits

Kano Computing , a startup that plays in the learn to code space by adding a step-by-step hand-holding layer atop the  Raspberry Pi  single-board microcomputer to make hacking around with code and learning about computational thinking child’s play, has shipped all the hardware kit...

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NVIDIA Issues Updated 340.46 Long-Lived Driver Release

NVIDIA on Tuesday released an updated Linux x86/x86_64/ARM graphics driver in their 340.xx long-lived branch...

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Infographic: Three Facts About the Open Source Cloud

Infographic: Three Facts About the Open Source Cloud

With CloudOpen Europe now less than two weeks away, we took another look at the data from the recent open cloud survey, conducted by Linux.com and The New Stack. Three surprising facts emerged that aren't necessarily obvious on a quick read through the survey results.

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New Linux Foundation Certification Review Guide Available for Free

New Linux Foundation Certification Review Guide Available for Free

Last month we announced the  Linux Foundation Certified Engineer and Sys Admin   exams that you can take anytime, anywhere through your computer. We created this program because we know Linux talent exists everywhere and we want everyone to be able to showcase that talent through a performanc... Read more...

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