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That Huge GNOME Shell Memory Leak? It’s Being Fixed

Some good news: the (rather large) GNOME Shell memory leak we spotlighted last week is in the process of being fixed. The cause? GNOME forgetting to take out the garbage… This post, That Huge GNOME Shell Memory Leak? It’s Being Fixed, was written by Joey Sneddon and...

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Enable Trusted Organization Access in AWS Organizations

Starting today, AWS Organizations enables you to use the console to view and control which AWS services have trusted access to your organization. AWS services for which you enable trusted access can now access your organization information and perform … Continue Reading — Enable Trusted...

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Debian LTS: DLA-1329-1: memcached security update

LinuxSecurity.com: memcached version prior to 1.4.37 contains an Integer Overflow vulnerability that can result in data corruption and deadlocks. This attack is exploitable via network connectivity to the memcached service. Continue Reading — Debian LTS: DLA-1329-1: memcached security update

 
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