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WPA3: How and Why the Wi-Fi Standard Matters

Wi-Fi Protected Access II, or WPA2, is the standard behind wireless security networking. It protects users everywhere, from coffee shops to college campuses to corporate headquarters. WPA2 may be the most widespread security standard in the world that ordinary people encounter. With all that’s gone...
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Graduation Day for Prometheus, the Open-Source Container Monitoring System

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation today officially graduated Prometheus from incubation, opening a new chapter in the popular open-source project’s evolution. Prometheus is one of the most widely used systems for monitoring software container deployments. As such, the project has taken on an...
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How to Be a Stronger DevOps Leader: 9 Tips

IT leaders and DevOps experts tell us that key considerations around talent, measurement, vision, and IT culture are the real secrets to taking DevOps to the next level. Here we share nine of their best tips for IT leaders. Dig in, and then share yours in the comments below. 1. Make everyone...
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Free Resources for Open Source Certification and Training

July was a hot month for certification on Linux.com. In case you missed it, we covered the open source certification process in a series of articles examining why certification is important, general tips for success, specific advice for exam prep, and answers to some commonly asked questions. Learn...
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Facebook Open Sources Library to Enhance Latest Transport Layer Security Protocol

For several years, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) has been working to improve the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol, which is designed to help developers protect data as it moves around the internet. Facebook created an API library called Fizz to enhance the latest version, TLS 1....
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7 Python Libraries for More Maintainable Code

A great way to protect the future maintainability of a project is to use external libraries to check your code health for you. These are a few of our favorite libraries for linting code(checking for PEP 8 and other style errors), enforcing a consistent style, and ensuring acceptable test coverage...
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Getting to Know Grommet, an Open Source UI Dev Tool

While Grommet has been around since 2016, it is not among the best-known open source development tools. The library of reusable UI components helps developers create web applications. This overview explains what Grommet can do, the problems it addresses, and what makes it appealing. Commonly,...
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How to Balance Development Goals with Security and Privacy

As a software security evaluator and a one-time engineer, I can confirm what the daily security breaches are telling us: software engineers and architects regularly fail at building in sufficient security and privacy. As someone who has been on both sides of this table, I’d like to share some of my...
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‘Sed’ Command In Linux: Useful Applications Explained

Have you ever needed to replace some text in a file really quickly? Then you have to open up your text editor, find the line, and then type out your replacement. What if you have to do that many times? What if it isn’t also exactly the same thing and you have to run multiple searches and replace...
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Bringing Intelligence to the Edge with Cloud IoT

There are also many benefits to be gained from intelligent, real-time decision-making at the point where these devices connect to the network—what’s known as the “edge.” Manufacturing companies can detect anomalies in high-velocity assembly lines in real time. Retailers can receive alerts as soon...
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