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Ubuntu Linux gets certified for secure and regulated workloads


Canonical has announced that Ubuntu is set to drive high security and regulated workloads thanks to gaining a new FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standards) certification. Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos, Canonical's product manager for security, states, "With the new FIPS 140-2 validation, we can continue to deliver the security requirements that our government, finance, and healthcare clients trust to implement the most secure open-source software to power their infrastructure."

Say hi to Microsoft's own Linux: CBL-Mariner


Microsoft now has its own lightweight and secure Linux distro, CBL-Mariner. With the distro's limited size also comes a minimal attack surface, making it easy to deploy security patches to it via RPM. Its designers also make a particular point of delivering the latest security patches and fixes to its users.

Mozilla Firefox 90 Is Now Available for Download, Removes Built-In FTP Support


Mozilla Firefox 90 is now available to Linux users for download, removing built-in FTP (File Transfer Protocol) support, and introducing support for Fetch Metadata Request Headers, a security feature that lets web apps protect themselves and you against various cross-origin threats, such as cross-site request forgery (CSRF), cross-site leaks (XS-Leaks), or speculative cross-site execution side channel (Spectre) attacks.