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New Android malware with never-before-seen spying capabilities

Last year, researchers found what at the time was quite possibly the world's most sophisticated espionage app ever written for ...
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BitTorrent flaw could let hackers take control of Windows, Linux PCs

Google’s Project Zero has uncovered a "critical flaw" in the Transmission BitTorrent app that could give cybercrooks complete control of ...
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Linux and Windows Servers Targeted with RubyMiner Malware

Security researchers have spotted a new strain of malware being deployed online. Named RubyMiner, this malware is a cryptocurrency miner ...
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Ubuntu Core: A secure open source OS for IoT

Canonical's Ubuntu Core, a tiny, transactional version of the Ubuntu Linux OS for IoT devices, runs highly secure Linux application ...
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Ubuntu 17.10.1 Linux Distro Now Available — Download ISO Files And Torrents For All Official Flavors

In late December, Canonical decided to pull the download links of Ubuntu 17.10 Linux distro. This step was taken following ...
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Raspberry Pi Zero WH Hacker Board Launched With Pre-Soldered GPIO Header

The Raspberry Pi Foundation is here with a new (not exactly) hacker board that would be surely loved by tinkerers ...
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City Of Barcelona Chooses Linux And Free Software After Ditching Microsoft

According to a report from Spanish newspaper El País , the City of Barcelona is moving away from the proprietary ...
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Linux vs Meltdown: Ubuntu gets second update after first one fails to boot

Canonical managed to get its fix for the Meltdown CPU bug out on Tuesday as scheduled, but was forced to ...
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Android security: First Kotlin-based malware found in Google Play Store

The first Android malware designed to steal information, carry out click ad fraud, and sign users up to premium SMS ...
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Meltdown and Spectre patch stops Ubuntu computers from booting

Users of the Ubuntu Linux-based operating system are reporting boot up failures after updating their systems with a kernel patched ...
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Tails 3.4 Anonymous Live System Released with Meltdown and Spectre Patches

Tails is a Debian-based live Linux system designed with a single purpose in mind, to hide all your online activity ...
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The Linux vs Meltdown and Spectre battle continues

The Linux developers has made a lot of progress in dealing with the Meltdown and Spectre. That's good, but there's ...
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