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Garrett: Wifi deauthentication attacks and home security

Matthew Garrett works out how to avoid being recorded by “Ring” door cameras in his apartment building. “The most interesting one here is the deauthentication frame that access points can use to tell clients that they’re no longer welcome. Thes… Continue Reading — Garrett: Wifi...

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[$] KRSI — the other BPF security module

One of the first uses of the BPF virtual machine outside of networking was to implement access-control policies for the seccomp() system call. Since then, though, the role of BPF in the security area has not changed much in the mainline kernel,… Continue Reading —...

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Huang: Can We Build Trustable Hardware?

Andrew ‘bunnie’ Huang has posted a detailed article on why creating trustable hardware is so difficult and describing a project he’s working on to do it anyway. “While open hardware has the opportunity to empower users to innovate and embody a… Continue Reading — Huang:...

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Debian: DSA-4596-1: tomcat8 security update>

Several issues were discovered in the Tomcat servlet and JSP engine, which could result in session fixation attacks, information disclosure, cross- site scripting, denial of service via resource exhaustion and insecure redirects. Continue Reading — Debian: DSA-4596-1: tomcat8 security update>

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Debian: DSA-4595-1: debian-lan-config security update>

It was discovered that debian-lan-config, a FAI config space for the Debian-LAN system, configured too permissive ACLs for the Kerberos admin server, which allowed password changes for other user principals. Continue Reading — Debian: DSA-4595-1: debian-lan-config security update>

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Debian: DSA-4594-1: openssl1.0 security update>

Guido Vranken discovered an overflow bug in the x64_64 Montgomery squaring procedure used in exponentiation with 512-bit moduli. For the oldstable distribution (stretch), this problem has been fixed Continue Reading — Debian: DSA-4594-1: openssl1.0 security update>

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This Innovative Business Card Also Runs Linux…

The business card belongings to systems engineer George Hilliard is extra special but it’s also a Linux PC! His Linux business card is novel and unique. This post, This Innovative Business Card Also Runs Linux…, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!. ...

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Latest Latte Dock Development Release Adds Floating Panels

The Latte Dock v0.10 development release adds floating panel support and two new visibility modes, letting you add an iOS-style dock to KDE Plasma desktop. This post, Latest Latte Dock Development Release Adds Floating Panels, was written by Joey Snedd… Continue Reading — Latest Latte...

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