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BigSig: Vulnerability in Mozilla NSS Could Allow Code Execution when Handling Certificates

A cryptographic library set NSS Mozilla (Network Security Services) has been identified in the critical vulnerability (( CVE-2021-43527 CVE-2021-43527)) that could lead to malicious code execution when processing DSA or RSA-PSS digital signatures specified using the DER ( Distinguished Encoding Rules). The issue codenamed BigSig has been fixed in...

GNOME’s Text Editor to Get Recoloring Support, Revamped “Open” Popover in GNOME 42

Earlier this year, GNOME Builder creator Christian Hergert started working on a new Text Editor app for the GNOME desktop. In a recent blog post he talks about some of the major changes coming to the next major release of his Text Editor app, which will probably replace Gedit...

How to Set up FTP Server in Rocky Linux 8.4

The FTP protocol was developed in the 1970s and is one of the most commonly used protocols to transfer data between computers over the Internet. However, despite being an old methodology, users still find it to be one of the best and most commonly used protocols, and users enjoy...

Tips for Using the cd Command in Linux

The cd (change directory) command in Linux/Unix is pretty simple. It is one of the standard routine commands for every Linux user. It permits you to switch directories from one to another via Terminal. The cd command works based on the absolute path and relative path.

How to Create and Extract cpio Archives on Linux with Examples

The cpio archiving utility is used less than other tools like tar. However, it is still used for creating initramfs images on Linux and rpm packages. In this tutorial, we see how to create and extract cpio archives using the GNU cpio utility, and how to obtain a list...

New Ubuntu Linux Kernel Security Patches for 6 Vulnerabilities

Coming three weeks after the previous security updates, which addressed 13 vulnerabilities, the new Linux kernel security patches are available for Ubuntu 21.10 (Impish Indri), Ubuntu 21.04 (Hirsute Hippo), Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa), Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver), as well as Ubuntu 16.04 ESM (Xenial Xerus) and Ubuntu...

How to Install Jellyfin Media Server in Ubuntu, Debian, & Mint

Jellyfin media server goes the extra mile in managing and organizing media files. It makes it possible to stream files on other PCs, TVs, or phones when devices are connected to the internet. Learn how to install Jellyfin in Ubuntu, Debian, and Mint here.

An Introduction to DNF with 20 Examples

DNF stands for Dandified YUM, a completely updated version of YUM Package Manager. It was originally introduced on Fedora 18 and has now become the default package manager on Fedora 22, RHEL, and CentOS 8 to handle the RPM package management. DNF improves the deficiencies of YUM, including poor...

How to Check Supported TLS and SSL Ciphers (version) on Linux

In this guide, you will learn how to check the supported TLS and SSL versions on Linux systems and their associated ciphers.

Vivaldi 5.0 Introduces Shareable Browser Themes, Automatic Translation

Vivaldi 5.0 has been released with impressive updates, arguably making it the best Linux web browser today. Read on for the release coverage.

Qt Creator 6 Open-Source IDE Officially Released, This Is What’s New

Based on the Qt 6.2 LTS series of the popular widget toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces for cross-platform apps, Qt Creator 6 is here a little over three months after Qt Creator 5 with various new features and many improvements for Qt application developers. Highlights of Qt Creator 6...

How to Install Kuma on Ubuntu 20.04

Kuma is an open source monitoring tool like “Uptime Robot” written in Node.js. Learn how to install Kuma on Ubuntu 20.04 here.

How to Use Guake Terminal under Wayland (GNOME)

This article explains how to get Guake drop-down terminal to work properly under Wayland (GNOME). Guake is a Python-based drop-down terminal for the GNOME desktop that includes split terminal functionality, session save/restore, support for transparency, and many other features. Learn more here.

Krita 5.0 Arrives, New Beta Is Out Now for Public Testing

The third beta of Krita 5.0 is here with lots of improvements and bug fixes to make the final release more stable and reliable. For example, it improves the alpha-mask PNG brush tips, adds support for loading the thumbnails for MYB mypaint brushes in a bundle, and fixes performance...

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