This Week in Linux News: Linux Router Vulnerability, the First Android Auto Car, and More


Newfoundland Moose SignThis week in Linux news, new malware leaves Linux routers vulnerable, the first Android Auto car arrives, and more. Get the top Linux headlines from the past week. 

1) Sophisticated Linux/Moose worm targets Linux routers, attacks social networks.

Moose Malware Uses Linux Routers For Social Network Fraud– Dark Reading

2) The French company that brought us the Mandriva Linux distro is going out of business.

A Linux Company that Spent 17 Years Competing with Windows is Officially Over– Business Insider

3) Red Hat releases Fedora 22.

Fedora 22: Cloud, Desktop and Server Innovation – ZDNet

4) Tricks to give your terminal an attitude, add a Pac-Man to pacman, and more.

11 Pointless But Awesome Linux Terminal Tricks– Network World

5) The Hyundai Sonata sedan is the first car available for sale with Google’s infotainment system. 

Android Auto: The First Great In-Car Infotainment System – Wired