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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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'Rymdkapsel' Coming to Steam on January 30th

One of the mobile realm's most fiendishly tricky games is coming to the desktop in just over a week. Rymdkapsel, the tower defense strategy title that's earned plaudits for its spartan simplicity and satisfying gameplay, was already promised for a January release on Steam and now its developer has pinpointed the...

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Memory Protection Extensions Not Done For Linux 3.14

The Intel MPX support, a feature of next year's "Skylake" processors, isn't yet done for the Linux kernel but the early infrastructure work will land with the Linux 3.14 kernel...

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