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IT Management Linux News for Jul 29, 2009

  • Hot IT Skills: Linux is No. 2 of Top 15 (2009-07-29 20:32:42)
    Datamation: "The tough conditions make the question that much more compelling: what IT skills are most in demand?"

  • Night of the living Yahoo (2009-07-29 19:32:42)
    Cyber Cynic: ""Brains! Must have Yahoo advertising brains!" That might have been Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's call as he finally made a deal for Yahoo."

  • #!*A5%amp;j9 - How to Encrypt Your File System (2009-07-29 16:02:42)
    Linux Magazine: "There are basically three options when talking about encrypting your data on a Linux system. The options are: (1) encrypting a single file, (2) encrypting a directory (with or without a virtual disk), or (3) encrypting a physical block device."

  • WASC Honeypot Opens Up With Open Source mod_security (2009-07-29 14:02:42)
    InternetNews: "The idea behind the IT security concept known as the honeypot is all about luring hackers into a server or network so they can be tracked. The Web Application Security Consortium (WASC) has its own particular brand of honey to attract would-be attackers -- a blend of open source and open proxies."

  • Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service Investigates Netbooks (2009-07-29 04:32:42)
    FAS: "On 15th July 2009, the Commission of the Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS Russia) began proceedings in a case against «Асеr Inc.», «ASUSTeK Computer Inc.», «Toshiba Corporation», «Hewlett-Packard Company», « Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.» and «Dell Inc.» for the elements of violating the antimonopoly legislation."

  • Global Business: Hats off To Red Hat (BBC audio interview) (2009-07-29 00:02:42)
    BBC: "We spend over $100 million a year to advance Linux"