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jeudi 19 octobre 2017, 17:43
Version 17.01.4 of the LEDE router distribution is available with a number of important fixes. 'While this release includes fixes for the bugs in the WPA Protocol disclosed earlier this week, these fixes do not fix the problem on the client-side. You still need to update all ...
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The OpenOffice 4.1.4 release is finally available; see this article for some background on this release. The announcement is all bright and sunny, but a look at the August 16 Apache board minutes shows concern about the state of the project. Indeed, the OpenOffice project...
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Here's a Samsung press release describing the company's move into the 'run Linux on your phone' space. 'Installed as an app, Linux on Galaxy gives smartphones the capability to run multiple operating systems, enabling developers to work with their preferred Linux-based...
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The Ubuntu 17.10 release is out. 'Under the hood, there have been updates to many core packages, including a new 4.13-based kernel, glibc 2.26, gcc 7.2, and much more. Ubuntu Desktop has had a major overhaul, with the switch from Unity as our default desktop to GNOME3 and...
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Security updates have been issued by CentOS (wpa_supplicant), Debian (db, db4.7, db4.8, graphicsmagick, imagemagick, nss, and yadifa), Fedora (ImageMagick, rubygem-rmagick, and upx), Mageia (flash-player-plugin, libxfont, openvpn, ruby, webmin, and wireshark), openSUSE...
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The LWN.net Weekly Edition for October 19, 2017 is available.
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<p> Monday October 16 was not a particularly good day for those who are even remotely security conscious—or, in truth, even for those who aren't. Two separate security holes came to light; one probably affects almost all users of modern technology. The other is more...
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mercredi 18 octobre 2017, 21:21
Konstantin Ryabitsev argues on Linux.com that WiFi security is only a part of the problem. 'Wi-Fi is merely the first link in a long chain of communication happening over channels that we should not trust. If I were to guess, the Wi-Fi router you’re using has probably not...
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At the X.Org Developers Conference, hosted by Google in Mountain View, CA September 20-22, Manasi Navare gave a talk about her journey learning about kernel graphics on the way to achieving DisplayPort (DP) compliance for Intel graphics devices. Making that work involved...
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Alberto Ruiz announces that Fleet Commander is ready for production use. 'Fleet Commander is an integrated solution for large Linux desktop deployments that provides a configuration management interface that is controlled centrally and that covers desktop, applications and...
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Greg Kroah-Hartman has released stable kernels 4.13.8, 4.9.57, 4.4.93, and 3.18.76. All of them contain important fixes and users should upgrade.
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Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (kernel, linux-hardened, and linux-zen), CentOS (wpa_supplicant), Debian (xorg-server), Fedora (selinux-policy), Gentoo (libarchive, nagios-core, ruby, and xen), openSUSE (wpa_supplicant), Oracle (wpa_supplicant), Red Hat (Red...
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mardi 17 octobre 2017, 20:37
Let's Encrypt has announced that Automatic Certificate Management Environment (ACME) protocol support is being integrated into the Apache HTTP Server (httpd). 'ACME support being built in to one of the world’s most popular Web servers, Apache httpd, is great because it...
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An earlier LWN article showed that private key storage is an important problem to solve in any cryptographic system and established keycards as a good way to store private key material offline. But which keycard should we use? This article examines the form factor, openness, ...
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Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (flashplugin, hostapd, lib32-flashplugin, and wpa_supplicant), Debian (sdl-image1.2), Fedora (curl, openvswitch, weechat, and wpa_supplicant), openSUSE (GraphicsMagick, kernel, mbedtls, and wireshark), Red Hat (flash-plugin),...
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Matthew Green explores the origins of the KRACK vulnerability. 'I don’t want to spend much time talking about KRACK itself, because the vulnerability is pretty straightforward. Instead, I want to talk about why this vulnerability continues to exist so many years after WPA...
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The GNU C Library (glibc) project produces regular releases on an approximately six-month cadence. The current release is 2.26 from early August; the 2.27 release is expected at the beginning of February 2018. Unlike many other projects, though, glibc does not normally...
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lundi 16 octobre 2017, 22:43
DragonFly BSD 5.0 has been released. 'Preliminary HAMMER2 support has been released into the wild as-of the 5.0 release. This support is considered EXPERIMENTAL and should generally not yet be used for production machines and important data. The boot loader will support both ...
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Ars Technica is reporting on a flaw in the RSA library developed by Infineon that drastically reduces the amount of work needed to discover a private key from its corresponding public key. This flaw, dubbed 'ROCA', mainly affects key pairs that have been generated on...
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Security updates have been issued by Debian (wpa), Fedora (perl, recode, and tor), Gentoo (elfutils, gnutls, graphite2, libtasn1, puppet-agent, shadow, and webkit-gtk), Mageia (pjproject, thunderbird, and weechat), and SUSE (kernel).
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