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FreeBSD 10.0 Final Released

After an extended series of beta releases, the FreeBSD team has released version 10.0 of the venerable operating system. 

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A Better Alternative to Code Reading

I have started code reading groups at the last two companies I’ve worked at, Etsy and Twitter, and some folks have asked for my advice about code reading and running code reading groups. Tl;dr: don’t start a code reading group. What you should start instead I’ll get to in a moment but first I need to explain how I arrived at my current opinion.

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Ex-Googlers' Startup Shape Turns Hackers' Code-Morphing Tricks Against Them

For decades the information security industry’s default analogy has been virus versus antivirus, a futile race to detect hackers’ weapons as they constantly mutate. Now a few security veterans are flipping the game: Deciphering a shape-shifting chunk of code is about to become the attacker’s problem.

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Fedora Workstation Proposal: Ease Installation of Non-Free Software

The Fedora Workstation working group has come out with a proposal to ease Fedora's traditional "see no evil" approach to non-free software in the hope of making the distribution appealing to a wider group of users. "In order to keep with the Fedora policy of only shipping free software we...

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New SteamOS Beta Has Non-UEFI Support

A new SteamOS 1.0 "Alchemist" Beta was made available on Monday night. This latest SteamOS beta has support for installing Valve's Debian-based Linux distribution on non-UEFI systems...

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