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IT Management Linux News for Jan 06, 2010

  • Linux gives me confidence (Jan 06, 2010, 22:05)
    Technology & Life Integration: "This something I never had with windows. Confidence in my operating system. What do I mean by this? Well let me explain."

  • Automate Your Pen Testing with Fast-Track and Linux (Jan 06, 2010, 21:24)
    Enterprise Networking Planet: "Automated penetration testing tools are a two edged sword: they make it easy to check for well known vulnerabilities on your network, but they can also be used by hackers to try to compromise any vulnerable machines on your network."

  • A Small Business Guide to Linux Desktop Software (Jan 06, 2010, 17:35)
    Small Business Computing: "While you can still download many free versions of Linux online, for convenience sake, several vendors offer user-friendly versions and charge a fee for support."

  • Does VMware buying Zimbra from Yahoo make sense? (Jan 06, 2010, 14:37)
    Cyber Cynic: "We don't for certain that VMware, the giant proprietary virtualization company, is buying Zimbra, the open-source e-mail server company from Yahoo, but that's the news from the rumor-mill."

  • How to sniff network traffic with Wireshark (Jan 06, 2010, 06:04)
    Tux Radar: "The internet is inherently insecure. Whenever you send data across it, there is a chance that that data could be sniffed, and someone could end up with your personal data. Hopefully once you've read this article, you'll have a better understanding of how to prevent this from happening."