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How ASLR Protects Linux Systems from Buffer Overflow Attacks

Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR) is a memory-protection process for operating systems that guards against buffer-overflow attacks. It helps to ensure that the memory addresses associated with running processes on systems are not predictable, thus flaws or vulnerabilities associated with...
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5 Open Source Tools to Upgrade your Next Kubernetes Project

Kubernetes is one of the most popular technologies around today. So, it’s no surprise that there are an awful lot of open source libraries, tools, and other assorted goodies out there on GitHub. We like to keep an eye on what’s fresh for developers, so today we’re taking a look at five different...
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New Linux Systemd Security Holes Uncovered

Many Linux sysadmins and users dislike Systemd, but love it or hate it, the Systemd is the default system and service manager for most Linux distributions. So, security company Qualys's recent revelation of three new Systemd security vulnerabilities isn't going to win Systemd any friends. How bad...
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5 Trends Transforming Digital and IT Operations Management

Heading into 2019, digitalization will accelerate business model innovation and drive the adoption of these emerging technologies for sustainable competitive advantage. Here’s a closer look at five technology trends that will change the way enterprises approach digital operations management in 2019...
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9 Cheat Sheets for Linux and Open Source

There are a ton of tasks you do every single day. Make it a little easier on yourself by downloading our cheat sheets. 9 Linux and open source cheat sheets Python 3.7 Beginner’s Cheat Sheet The Python programming language is known for its large community and diverse extension menu. Get acquainted...
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7 Data Trends on our Radar

Whether you’re a business leader or a practitioner, here are key data trends to watch and explore in the months ahead. Increasing focus on building data culture, organization, and training In a recent O’Reilly survey, we found that the skills gap remains one of the key challenges holding back the...
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Simplifying and Harmonizing Open Source for More Efficient Compliance

Using open source code comes with a responsibility to comply with the terms of that code’s license, which can sometimes be challenging for users and organizations to manage. The goal of ACT is to consolidate investment in and increase interoperability and usability of, open source compliance...
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What Is DevSecOps?

DevOps was born from merging the practices of development and operations, removing the silos, aligning the focus, and improving efficiency and performance of both the teams and the product.  Security is a common silo in many organizations. Security’s core focus is protecting the organization, and...
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Blockchain: 11 ways to get smarter

Want to keep learning about blockchain? Experts share their favorite blockchain resources, from books to podcasts. Blockchain – The New Technology of Trust, by Goldman Sachs Recommended by Nikao Yang, COO at Lucidity This web resource from financial giant Goldman Sachs offers a slick crash course...
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Unit Testing in the Linux Kernel

Brendan Higgins recently proposed adding unit tests to the Linux kernel, supplementing other development infrastructure such as perf, autotest and kselftest. The whole issue of testing is very dear to kernel developers' hearts, because Linux sits at the core of the system and often has a very...
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