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Linux version of RansomEXX ransomware discovered>

Security researchers have discovered a Linux version of the human-operated Windows RansomEXX ransomware. This marks the first time that a major Windows ransomware strain has been ported to Linux to aid hackers in their targeted intrusions. Continue Reading — Linux version of RansomEXX ransomware discovered>

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Supercharge your compliance practices with SUSE Manager

Many industries and governments require compliance with security standards to ensure security, identity, confidentiality and data integrity. These standards specify a minimum-security level and also mandate measures such as logging and auditing to reveal any hints of unauthorized use. Some of the most widely adopted standards...

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Deploying SUSE Manager in the Cloud

Cloud environments grow organically and often include a dizzying combination of virtual, bare metal and container-based systems. If cloud computing is part of your Linux landscape, you’ll save time and money with a single tool for managing all your Linux resources. SUSE® Manager is a versatile...

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Mageia 2020-0406: docker security update>

It was discovered that Docker could be made to expose sensitive information when processing URLs in container image manifests. A remote attacker could use this to trick the user and obtain the user’s registry credentials (CVE-2020-15157). Continue Reading — Mageia 2020-0406: docker security update>

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Portworx and SUSE: a cloud-native storage partnership

Kubernetes changed how we manage our applications and it has done the same for storage data which is growing at a staggering rate, coming from a vast variety of sources. The global software-defined-storage (SDS) is expected to hit $16 billion by 2020. In such a promising...

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