Happy Monday fellow Linux geeks and Open Source enthusiasts! In this week's newsletter we explain how RavenDB, the veteran transactional NoSQL database, has earned our trust and what's new in v5.4. 

We also share how system administrators can practice creating stronger passwords by using password cracker tools to test these passwords.

Finally, we explore the risks and solutions developers may use to increase the security of their online applications while keeping Node.js security issues in mind.

Hope you enjoy!

Yours in Open Source,

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Password Guessing as an Attack Vector

29.WorldMap PinPadFor system administrators, there can be no settlement for weak passwords as unauthorized access can potentially lead to catastrophic consequences such as loss of valuable data. System administrators can practice creating stronger passwords by using password cracker tools to test these passwords.    

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Essential Guide to Securing Node.JS Applications

2.MotherboardThe article will concentrate on the risks and solutions developers may use to increase the security of their online applications while keeping Node.js security issues in mind.

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How RavenDB Has Earned the Trust of Hundreds of Companies

27.Tablet Connections Blocks LockRavenDB, the veteran transactional NoSQL database, is used by hundreds of startups and many Fortune 500 companies around the world thanks to its reputation as an agile, safe, efficient, and stable database. Learn how RavenDB has earned our trust and what's new in v5.4.

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