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US government finds new malware from North Korea

LinuxSecurity.com: Even though Donald Trump is on good terms with North Korea, the Department of Homeland Security is still following that country’s ongoing cyberattack campaign (which it’s dubbed “Hidden Cobra”). Now CNN reports there’s a new variant … Continue Reading — US government finds new...

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The SSSD, Active Directory, and growing SLES integration

From both feature and security perspectives, integrating Linux systems with Active Directory environments has been a challenge for their respective system administrators and organisations. However, modern Linux distributions include the System Security Services Daemon (SSSD) which addresses many of the legacy shortcomings handily. The daemon uses...

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Kernel prepatch 4.18-rc1

The first 4.18 prepatch is out, and the merge window has closed for this development cycle. “You may think it’s still Saturday for me, and that I should give you one more day of merge window to send in some last-minute pull requests, but I know… ...

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Fedora 28: singularity Security Update

LinuxSecurity.com: This rebases singularity from 2.2.1 to 2.5.1, which should include all corresponding updates (n.b. a request for rebase permission has been put into FESCo; hence auto-push has been disabled until they approve). Please test for functi… Continue Reading — Fedora 28: singularity Security Update

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Fedora 27: singularity Security Update

LinuxSecurity.com: This rebases singularity from 2.2.1 to 2.5.1, which should include all corresponding updates (n.b. a request for rebase permission has been put into FESCo; hence auto-push has been disabled until they approve). Please test for functi… Continue Reading — Fedora 27: singularity Security Update

 
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