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Continuous Delivery: Stop Making Exceptions

Continuous Delivery (CD) and all the other continuous things – Continuous Integration (CI), Continuous Testing, Continuous Deployment – have become the new mantra of DevOps. CI/CD adoption typically starts with agile Dev teams working on new or well-funded systems. But what about the rest of the...


Fedora 29: krb5 FEDORA-2019-dc4e1d0fb6

Fix KDC crash when logging PKINIT enctypes (CVE-2019-14844) This is a purely denial-of-service issue, though it is unauthenticated, and is unlikely to trigger by accident. Continue Reading — Fedora 29: krb5 FEDORA-2019-dc4e1d0fb6


Oracle Opens Retail Innovation and Technology Center in Portugal

Press Release Oracle Opens Retail Innovation and Technology Center in Portugal Delivers innovations in data science and AI to help retailers gain a competitive edge PORTO, PORTUGAL—Oct 10, 2019 Competition to build retail mindshare and customer loyalty has never been more fierce. Brands must continually evolve...


OpenSUSE Expanding Encryption Options For Its Installer

Have you heard that while Ubuntu developers are busy adding experimental ZFS support to their installer, the SUSE developers working on their YaST installer are working on offering better security options for their platform by beefing up the encryption… Continue Reading — OpenSUSE Expanding Encryption...


California outlaws facial recognition in police bodycams

On Tuesday, California passed into law a three-year block of the use of facial recognition in police bodycams that turns them into biometric surveillance devices. What are your thoughts on this? Learn more in a great Naked Security article: Continue Reading — California outlaws facial...


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