Security fundamentals

Linux Security Fundamentals Part 6: Introduction to nmap

Start exploring Linux Security Fundamentals by downloading the free sample chapter today. DOWNLOAD NOW In last week’s tutorial, we tried out tcpdump and...
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PPI

Using Open Source to Empower Students in Tanzania

Powering Potential Inc. (PPI) aims to enhance education opportunities for students in Tanzania with the help of the Raspberry Pi and open source technology. “...
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Alex Rukletsov

Using Mesos Quotas to Control Resource Allocation

Did you know that Apache Mesos supports quotas? It has since version 0.27. In an ideal world, we could fine-tune quotas to manage resources for maximum...
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Linus Torvalds on SHA-1 and Git: 'The Sky Isn't Falling'

Yes, SHA-1 has been cracked, but that doesn't mean your code in Git repositories is in any real danger of being hacked. The real worry about Google showing SHA...
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EFF: Half of Web Traffic is Now Encrypted

Half of the web’s traffic is now encrypted, according to a new report from the EFF released this week. The rights organization noted the milestone was...
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Tying Together the Many Open Source Projects in Networking

The Open Platform for Network Functions Virtualization (OPNFV) is driven more by iterative code releases than by heavyweight up-front standardization...
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Container-Friendly Alpine Linux May Get Java Port

Alpine Linux, a security-focused lightweight distribution of the platform, may get its own Java port. Alpine is popular with the Docker container developers,...
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