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Announcing Amazon Lightsail Containers, an easy way to run containerized applications on the cloud

Amazon Lightsail now provides you with the ability to run containerized workloads on the cloud with little-to-no prior cloud experience. With this native service, called Lightsail Containers, you can now deploy containerized applications to the cloud using the Docker images directly from your desktop or from...

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Why Linux Should Factor Into Your Security Strategy>

Linux is a pervasive operating system ”and for good reason. It’s lightweight, flexible, multi-architecture supportive and open source, all leading to loads of opportunity. Security is one of the main reasons Linux is chosen. In some ways, it can be a … Continue Reading —...

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Debian LTS: DLA-2450-1: libproxy security update>

Li Fei found that libproxy, a library for automatic proxy configuration management, was vulnerable to a buffer overflow vulnerability when receiving a large PAC file from a server without a Content-Length header in the response. Continue Reading — Debian LTS: DLA-2450-1: libproxy security update>

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Debian: DSA-4791-1: pacemaker security update>

Ken Gaillot discovered a vulnerability in the Pacemaker cluster resource manager: If ACLs were configured for users in the “haclient” group, the ACL restrictions could be bypassed via unrestricted IPC communication, resulting in cluster-wide arbitrary … Continue Reading — Debian: DSA-4791-1: pacemaker security update>

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Amazon EBS direct APIs for Snapshots now supports FIPS 140-2 compliant endpoints in the US Commercial and Canada (Central) AWS Regions

Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) direct APIs now offer Federal Information Processing Standard 140-2 (FIPS) compliant endpoints in the US Commercial and Canada (Central) AWS Regions. FIPS 140-2 is a U.S. and Canadian government standard that specifies … Continue Reading — Amazon EBS direct APIs...

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New AppArmor 3, KDE Applications, GStreamer Update in Tumbleweed

This week there were six openSUSE Tumbleweed snapshots released. Some minor email changes have affected the Tumbleweed snapshot reviewer, so reviewer ratings won’t be listed. The latest snapshot, 20201111, updated a half dozen RubyGems. The 4.11.0 rubygem-mini_magick package fixed the fetching of metadata when there are...

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