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Schneier: Terrorists Will Switch to More Secure Alternatives to Avoid Encryption Backdoors

A study shows that if the U.S. mandates backdoors to decrypt secret messages in order to help law enforcement, there would still be hundreds of alternative encryption products made outside the reach of U.S. law that terrorists and criminals could get their hands on.

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IBM Bequeaths the Express Framework to the Node.js Foundation


The Node.js Foundation has taken the Express Node.js framework under its wing. Express will be a new incubation project for the Foundation. IBM, whichpurchased Express maintainer StrongLoop last September, is contributing the code.

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VMware's Workspace One Targets Mobile Enterprise With "Hybridity"

VMware's Workspace One effort aims to consolidate the multiple acronyms needed to manage enterprise mobility.

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4 Open Source Tools for Linux System Monitoring

Information is the key to resolving any computer problem, including problems with or relating to Linux and the hardware on which it runs. There are many tools available for and included with most distributions even though they are not all installed by default. 

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Getting Started with ZFS on Debian 8

I am quite careful about protecting my files, which include images, videos, and various documents – mostly drafts of my science fiction novels – that I have been working on for years. Images and videos of family, including the birth of my son, his first smile, and other moments are way too valuable for me to lose. But, all sorts of things can lead to data corruption, and I would not be happy if that happened to any of my valuable files. That’s where filesystems like ZFS and Btrfs enter the picture.

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