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Tails 1.4 Linux Distro Fixes Security Flaws, Focuses on Privacy

The Tails 1.4 Linux distribution launched this month with a number of new capabilities, including several important security and privacy updates.

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20 Years of Qt

Lars Knoll marks the 20th anniversary of the Qt toolkit on the Qt blog. "From the beginning, Qt has been released with both open source and commercial licensing options. Over the years, we have worked on expanding this model, and nowadays, Qt is actually developed as an open source project.

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Another HTTPS Vulnerability Rattles The Internet

Another HTTPS vulnerability has started to make its rounds earlier this morning. Dubbed Logjam by its researchers, the vulnerability stems from the US's encryption export mandate back in the 1990s. This particular vulnerability, in the transport-layer security layer protocol, breaks the Diffie-Hellman perfect forward-secrecy. Susceptibility to the vulnerability is depended...

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LibreOffice 5.0 Open-Source Office Suite Has Been Branched

LibreOffice 5.0 is the next version of this popular, cross-platform, open-source office suite and not LibreOffice 4.5 as was originally planned. LibreOffice 5.0 has now been branched in Git with the trunk development now focusing on LibreOffice 5.1...

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NeocoreGames Is No Longer Porting Its Games to Linux

The NeocoreGames studio confirmed the fact that it's no longer trying to port its games on the Linux platform, even if they were already working on the Beta version for The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing. Many studios are choosing to port their games to the Linux platform, but it...

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Linux Kernel Plagued by an EXT4 Data Corruption Issue, Patch Available

Apparently, there's a data corruption issue in the EXT4 file system for multiple Linux kernel branches, affecting several mainstream distributions, including Arch Linux, Fedora, and Debian GNU/Linux. Several Arch Linux users have already reported data loss after upgrading to Linux kernel 4.0.2, the latest version available in the main software...

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