GNU Linux-Libre 5.2 Kernel Released Tails 3.15 Fixes Critical Bugs Mozilla’s Add-Ons Outage Post-Mortem Result Ransomware uses Brute-Force SSH Attacks to Infect Linux-Based NAS Servers Linux Mint 19.2 “Tina” Beta Is Here WIth Cinnamon, Mate and XFCE
Linux Kernel Prior to 5.0.8 Vulnerable to Remote Code Execution WhatsApp Vulnerability Allows Hackers to Infect iPhones, Android Phones Intel CPUs Impacted by New Zombieload Side-channel Attack Google says All New Chromebooks with be Linux-ready
Linux Mint 19 “Tara” Will Ship in June, Pre-Installed on the Mintbox Mini 2 PCs Linus Torvalds says new Linux lands next week and he’s sticking to that … for now
Canonical Plans to Release Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS (Xenial Xerus) on March 1, 2018 Unity 8 on the Desktop KDE Plasma Linux Desktop Is No Longer Vulnerable to USB Attacks
Firefox Addon Injects Monero Miner Source LibreOffice 6.0 Released With New Features Source Red Hat buys CoreOS Source Intel Disclosed Meltdown Bugs to Chinese Compaines before the US Govrenment Source
PyCryptoMiner Attacks Linux Machines And Turns Them Into Monero-mining Bots Linux vs Meltdown Tails 3.4 Ubuntu Boot Issue Ubuntu 17.10 ISO Respins City Of Barcelona Chooses Linux And Free Software After Ditching Microsoft
Apologies for the inconsistent releases recently. Real-life has been getting in the way. I’ll keep the current name, but it will probably be more bi-weekly than weekly at the moment.
Ubuntu 17.10 Artful Aardvark is ready for download Linux Kernel LTS Releases Will Now Get 6 Years Support Severe WiFi Hack: WPA2 “KRACK Attack” Threatens WiFi Users Around The World
Apologies for the lack of shows for the past two weeks. I had a heavy cold and assumed you wouldn’t want me coughing and sniffling in your ears. :) Canonical extends Ubuntu 12.
Google’s artificial intelligence arm moves in to healthcare Security Researchers At Red Hat And Google Warn Of Serious Linux Skeleton Key Vulnerability Meizu PRO 5 Ubuntu Edition now Available for Pre-Order