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Fedora 29: mongo-c-driver Security Update

LinuxSecurity.com: **libbson 1.13.0** **Features:** * New functions to save and restore progress of a bson_iter_t: bson_iter_key_len, bson_iter_offset, and son_iter_init_from_data_at_offset Additional functions bson_iter_overwrite_date_time, bson_… Continue Reading — Fedora 29: mongo-c-driver Security Update

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Debian LTS: DLA-1526-1: 389-ds-base security update

LinuxSecurity.com: It was discovered that the emergency logging system in 389-ds-base (the 389 Directory Server) is affected by a race condition caused by the invalidation of the concurrently used log file file descriptor without proper locking. This i… Continue Reading — Debian LTS: DLA-1526-1: 389-ds-base...

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Python is a hit with hackers, report finds

LinuxSecurity.com: After breaking into the top three most popular programming languages for the first time this month, behind C and Java, Python has also won the hearts of hackers and web nasties, according to attack statistics published this week by w… Continue Reading — Python...

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Chef Open Source Community News – September 2018

Here’s this month’s round up of what happened in September across the Chef, Habitat, and InSpec open-source communities. Chef This month’s release of Chef 14 is Chef 14.5.33, which includes two new resources: windows_workgroup, which allows you to modify the system’s Windows workgroup, and locale, which...

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VIM, Xen, Git Packages Updated in This Week’s Tumbleweed Snapshots

There were a total of four openSUSE Tumbleweed snapshots this week that updated packages like VIM, Xen, Git and ImageMagick. The latest snapshot, 20180925, updated three packages. All the packages updated in this snapshot were zero dot packages. The updated packages were obs-service-set_version 0.5.10, purple-carbons 0.1.6...

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