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Security

Patch Now: Linux File System Security Hole, Dubbed Sequoia, Can Take Over Systems

Sequoia, a newly dubbed Linux kernel filesystem security vulnerability, can enable any user to grab root privileges. Learn more...

Dealing with Security Vulnerabilities on Data Center Servers Requires More Skilled Staff

There is a lot of attention being paid to continuously updating servers to patch security vulnerabilities on Linux servers...

Kali Linux on VirtualBox: A Step-by-Step Installation Guide

Kali Linux is mainly used for advanced penetration testing and security auditing. This step-by-step tutorial will guide you through...

Linux and Open-Source Communities Rise to Biden’s Cybersecurity Challenge

Massive ransomware attacks to the left of us, supply chain attacks to the right of us, but the Linux...

Counterfit: Open-Source Tool for Testing the Security of AI Systems

Counterfit started as a collection of attack scripts written to target individual AI models, but Microsoft turned it into...

REVIEW: BluBracket Code Security Tool

Open source code—which comprises 80% to 90% of the software development supply chain—frequently contains sensitive information like security tokens, access...

SniperPhish: An All-in-One Open-Source Phishing Toolkit

SniperPhish is an all-in-one open-source phishing toolkit that pen testers and other security professionals can use for setting up...

Enable Automatic Updates in Ubuntu 20.04

It is important to keep your Linux server up to date with security updates. Linux distributions like Ubuntu and...

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