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User Group Newsletter – January 2018

Welcome to 2018!   Important Vancouver Summit Updates The countdown is on until the next Summit in May. Below are some important updates regarding CFP, Travel and Summit Passes CFP is now open! Call for presentations are now open for the Vancouver Summit. The deadline to...

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Debian LTS: DLA-1244-1: ca-certificates update

LinuxSecurity.com: This release does a complete update of the CA list. This includes removing the StartCom and WoSign certificates to as they are now untrusted by the major browser vendors. Continue Reading — Debian LTS: DLA-1244-1: ca-certificates update

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AWS Lambda Supports C# (.NET Core 2.0)

You can now develop your AWS Lambda function code in C# using the .NET Core 2.0. Lambda lets you run code without provisioning and managing servers. You can use any of the .NET Core 2.0 libraries or frameworks when authoring your functions in Lambda. R… ...

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AWS Lambda Supports Go

You can now develop your AWS Lambda function code using Go. Lambda lets you run code without provisioning and managing servers. You simply upload your Go executable artifact as a ZIP file through the AWS CLI or Lambda console and select the go1.x runti… Continue...

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Listen to Tidal Music from the Command Line

Tidal subscribers have a new way to listen to the high-fidelity music streaming service while using the Linux desktop. The Spotify rival touts better sound quality and bigger royalty cheques for artists, but it doesn’t provide a desktop Tidal music app for Linux. There is an official web player,...

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Congress Renews Warrantless Surveillance-And Makes It Even Worse

LinuxSecurity.com: In 2013, Edward Snowden revealed that the National Security Agency was legally collecting millions of Americans’ phone calls and electronic communications-including emails, Facebook messages, and browsing histories-without a warrant…. Continue Reading — Congress Renews Warrantless Surveillance-And Makes It Even Worse

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The “Doublespeak” of Responsible Encryption

LinuxSecurity.com: Coined by US deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein, responsible encryption is a new name for an old argument: that public agencies fighting crime and terrorism must have access to our private communications-for our own good. In 2016… Continue Reading — The “Doublespeak” of Responsible...

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