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Vendor-Sec Host Compromised, Shut Down

The vendor-sec list is where distributors discuss security problems which have not yet been disclosed to the public. It turns out that the machine which hosts this list was compromised, probably in January, and any subsequent traffic was not as secret as participants may have hoped. Since the announcement, the...

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Subversion 1.6.16 Blocks a Denial of Service Issue

An update for Subversion closes a remotely triggerable denial of service vulnerability in the source code control system...

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News: Novell Uses Red Hat App to Migrate RHEL Users to SUSE

Novell is using open source technology from rival Linux server vendor Red Hat to help Red Hat users migrate to SUSE Linux.

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Longterm Kernel 2.6.32.31

Greg Kroah-Hartman has announced the release of 2.6.32.31 due to a build problem with 2.6.32.30. "It only contains one patch, a revert of a patch that broke the build on a number of systems and should have never been included in the .32 tree. This was my fault, I had...

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KDE Developers are Sticking to Qt

In order to reassure users concerned about the threat to Qt from Nokia moving over to Windows Mobile, KDE board president, Cornelius Schumacher, has written a blog post declaring that KDE development will continue on the basis of Qt...

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