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How Secure Is Linux? - This article will examine the key factors that contribute to the robust security of Linux, and evaluate the level of protection against vulnerabilities and attacks that Linux offers administrators and users.
Maliciously constructed Wireshark packet capture files might be used to distribute malware , providing recipients can be tricked into double clicking file URL fields. A CVE has been assigned to the security issue (now resolved through a recent update) due its potential for harm, despite the fact that some social engineering trickery is required.
Excited about the prospect of RHEL in your car?! As part of the vendor's growing automotive efforts, Red Hat is in the process of building out an "infotainment" team to work on low-level Linux infrastructure.
Looking for a lightweight, versatile laptop powered by AMD? Then you're in luck- after a long wait of more than three months, Linux hardware vendor System76 is finally ready to take orders for their AMD-only Pangolin Linux laptop!
Linux servers are already extremely secure by default thats why 100% of supercomputers, most of the top 1 million servers , and top 25% of websites on the internet run on Linux. Besides having security tools in place, users should follow a few steps to further secure Linux servers. Learn about 10 steps you should take to secure your servers in this tutorial.
Endlessh is an SSH tarpit that very slowly sends an endless, random SSH banner. It keeps SSH clients locked up for hours or even days at a time. Learn about Endlessh and how it helps secure SSH servers.