Fedora Linux developers are touting security enhancements in the latest beta release of their open source platform, Fedora 23. Here’s a look at what’s new in the OS, which serves as a proving ground for Red Hat (RHT) products.
Red Hat announced the beta release of Fedora 23 on Sept. 22. Among the main improvements in the new version are behind-the-scenes security enhancements—specifically, compile-time tweaks—that help to bolster Fedora against exploits, according to the company.
Submitted by: Arnfried Walbrecht