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Fedora 33: sudo 2021-324479472c>

Rebase to 1.9.5p1 – updated sudo url Resolves: rhbz#1902758 – enabled python plugin as a subpackage Resolves: rhbz#1909299 – fixed double free in sss_to_sudoers Resolves: rhbz#1885874 – fixed CVE-2021-23239 sudo: possible directory existence test due t… Continue Reading — Fedora 33: sudo 2021-324479472c>

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Fedora 33: coturn 2021-dee141fc61>

Coturn 4.5.2 memory – Add prometheus metrics – Delete trailing whitespace in example configuration files – Add architecture ppc64le to travis build – Fix misleading option in doc (prometheus) – Allow RFC6062 TCP relay data to look like TLS – Add suppor… Continue Reading —...

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AWS SDK for Go version 2 is now generally available

Today, the AWS SDKs and Tools announces general availability of the AWS SDK for Go, version 2 (v2). This release has a modular architecture that allows customers to model service dependencies in their application and independently control service client updates using Go modules. A marked improvement...

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Fedora 32: glibc 2021-6e581c051a>

– x86: Check IFUNC definition in unrelocated executable [BZ #20019] – x86: Set header.feature_1 in TCB for always-on CET [BZ #27177] – x86-64: Avoid rep movsb with short distance [BZ #27130] – Fix for CVE-2019-25013 buffer overrun in EUC-KR conversion… Continue Reading — Fedora 32:...

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Amazon ECS now supports VPC Endpoint policies

Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) now lets you attach IAM resource policies to VPC Endpoints. This allows you to control access to your ECS resources from VPC Endpoints, helping you meet compliance and regulatory requirements.  Continue Reading — Amazon ECS now supports VPC Endpoint policies

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Amazon ECS now supports VPC Endpoint policies

Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) now lets you attach IAM resource policies to VPC Endpoints. This allows you to control access to your ECS resources from VPC Endpoints, helping you meet compliance and regulatory requirements.  Continue Reading — Amazon ECS now supports VPC Endpoint policies

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[$] An introduction to SciPy

SciPy is a collection of Python libraries for scientific and numerical computing. Nearly every serious user of Python for scientific research uses SciPy. Since Python is popular across all fields of science, and continues to be a prominent langu… Continue Reading — [$] An introduction...

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Amazon CloudWatch Application Insights supports Oracle database monitoring

Now enterprises with Oracle databases can easily setup monitoring, alerting and dashboards for their EC2 and RDS Oracle instances on AWS with CloudWatch Application Insights. CloudWatch Application Insights is a capability that helps customers simply s… Continue Reading — Amazon CloudWatch Application Insights supports Oracle...

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