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OpenStack Ussuri: What’s new?

OpenStack Ussuri comes with numerous improvements and a lot of new features that enhance OpenStack across both infrastructure and tenant space. Those include stabilisation efforts around OVN (Open Virtual Networking) and updates to the Masakari project… Continue Reading — OpenStack Ussuri: What’s new?

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OpenSSH 8.3 released (and ssh-rsa deprecation notice)

The OpenSSH 8.3 release is out. This primarily a bug-fix release with a handful of minor new features. It does, however, carry a prominent notice that ssh-rsa signature algorithm will be disabled in “a near-future release”. The announcement i… Continue Reading — OpenSSH 8.3 released...

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GNOME Devs Working on Major Improvements to the Apps Grid

Some interesting things are happening upstream in GNOME Shell that affect the “Applications” screen, app folders, and the associated/underlying code. As GNOME 3.38 will likely feature in Ubuntu 20.10 (barring any tradition-flattening calamities …Which, given […] This post, GNOME Devs Working on Major Improvements to the...

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Mageia 2020-0235: transmission security update>

Updated transmission packages fix security vulnerability: Use-after-free in libtransmission/variant.c in Transmission before 3.00 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) or possibly execute arbitrary code via a crafted torrent Continue Reading — Mageia 2020-0235: transmission security update>

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Mageia 2020-0234: sleuthkit security update>

Updated sleuthkit packages fix security vulnerabilities: An issue was discovered in The Sleuth Kit (TSK) 4.6.6. There is an off-by-one overwrite due to an underflow on tools/hashtools/hfind.cpp while using a bogus hash table (CVE-2019-14532). Continue Reading — Mageia 2020-0234: sleuthkit security update>

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