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A Critical Security Bug in Tarsnap

The author of tarsnap ("online backups for the truly paranoid") has sent out an advisory describing a "critical" security bug in versions 1.0.22 through 1.0.27. "It may be possible for me, Amazon, or US government agencies with access to Amazon's datacenters to decrypt data stored with those versions of Tarsnap.

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Adventures in Copyright

A few events took place that affirmed for me that pushing forward with the agenda to rid our room of copyright violations and plagiarism is the right course of action.

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Software Freedom Conservancy Adds 25th Member project

The Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC) is expanding again. This time the SFC has added Gevent, an MIT-licensed project that provides a Python networking library. SFC has some big-name member projects like Amarok, Bongo, BusyBox, and Samba, but Gevent is a bit smaller. In fact, Gevent is...

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News: Linux 2.6.37 Kernel Promises to Unlock OS

First Linux Kernel of 2011 is out, delivering new security, virtualization and performance benefits to Linux users.

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News: Linux Foundation Grows, Adds Broadcom

Nearing its third birthday, the Linux Foundation kicks off 2011 by signing up a handful of new members, including Broadcom, on the heels of tremendous growth in 2010.

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