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Unpleasant vulnerability in OpenSMTPD

Qualys has put out an advisory regarding a vulnerability in OpenBSD’s OpenSMTPD mail server. It “allows an attacker to execute arbitrary shell commands, as root: either locally, in OpenSMTPD’s default configuration (which listens on the loopb… Continue Reading — Unpleasant vulnerability in OpenSMTPD

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LibreOffice 6.4 released

Version 6.4 of the LibreOffice productivity suite is out. It is said to be “a new major release providing better performance, especially when opening and saving spreadsheets and presentations, and excellent compatibility with DOCX, XLSX and PPT… Continue Reading — LibreOffice 6.4 released

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Thunderbird spun out to a separate corporation

The Thunderbird email client has been moved into a separate company called “MZLA Technologies Corporation”, which remains wholly owned by the Mozilla Foundation. “Moving to MZLA Technologies Corporation will not only allow the Thunderbird project more flexibility and agility, but will also allow us to explore...

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Product Announcement: Chef Habitat 1.5 Now Available

Chef Habitat provides automation capabilities for defining, packaging, and delivering applications to almost any environment with any operating system, on any platform. Over the last year, we’ve seen organizations like Alaska Airlines, Rakuten, Walmart, and Rizing address a broad range of application delivery automation challenges with...

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LibreOffice 6.4 Released, This is What’s New

LibreOffice 6.4 is the latest stable release of the open source productivity suite and contains a number of new features and key improvements. This post, LibreOffice 6.4 Released, This is What’s New, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!. Continue Reading...

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