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LibreOffice 3.6.3 Now Available

The update to the 3.6.x branch of LibreOffice fixes more than 90 bugs in the open source productivity suite, some of which were found as part of the recent Hard Hacks iniative.

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Burp Proxy Opens Android SSL Connections

Version 1.5 of the Burp security tool suite adds a few new tricks to the network analysis toolkit and introduces a completely overhauled user interface.

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Calligra 2.6 Beta Out

KDE office and productivity suite Calligra has been updated to a new beta version. Among tons of bug fixes, this version also includes some new features and stability enhancements. 

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FOSS Disaster Relief Projects Can Help in the Wake of Hurricane Sandy

People in several states in the Eastern United States are still reeling from the effects of Hurricane Sandy, and there are many kinds of disaster relief efforts going on. At the same time, many event organizers are working overtime to ensure that some normalcy is preserved. As evidenced in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, technology--including open source technology--can help organize disaster relief efforts and coordinate people. Here are just a few examples of tools that can make a difference. 

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Samba 4 is Now Slated for Release on Nov. 27

After a multi-year effort, the much anticipated Samba 4.0 platform, with new support for Microsoft Active Directory, is now slated for release on Nov. 27...

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