June 17th, 2020 | 2 mins 44 secs
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Canonical enters the software appliance image market, Israeli researchers discover a set of major flaws in an ancient TCP/IP stack with massive ramifications for embedded and IoT devices, Google partners with Parallels to bring Windows apps to Chromebooks, and Fairphone continues to support its 2015 flagship.
June 15th, 2020 | 2 mins 42 secs
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The Linux Mint 20 beta is available for testing, RiskSense warns of an increasing number of open source security vulnerabilities, and Pine announces that the next Community Edition of its phone will ship with postmarketOS.
May 11th, 2020 | 2 mins 45 secs
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Pi-hole version 5 brings many new features to the platform, Newton Mail escapes the death of Essential Products, more major Thunderbolt vulnerabilities surface, and KDE users on rolling-release distributions are experiencing some strange behavior.
May 4th, 2020 | 2 mins 51 secs
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Responsibly disclosed bugs in SaltStack are already leading to breaches, JuiceSSH releases its first major update in 5 years, MediaGoblin rebases to Python 3, TurnKey Linux rolls out a new version based on Debian 10, and Inkscape hits 1.0.
March 24th, 2020 | 2 mins 51 secs
Mozilla partners with Scroll for a premium ad-free browsing experience, Tor and Tails release key security fixes, Magisk 20.4 launches with MagiskHide disabled by default, and Python is looking for user feedback to improve pip.
March 20th, 2020 | 2 mins 59 secs
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Linux Mint Debian Edition version 4 is out, Google releases tools for embedded developers, a socially isolated Pwn2Own still manages to hack multiple targets, and GPU owners from around the world pitch in to fight the novel coronavirus.
March 13th, 2020 | 2 mins 59 secs
March 6th, 2020 | 2 mins 55 secs
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A 16-year-old critical vulnerability has been discovered in PPP, iXsystems is merging FreeNAS and TrueNAS, GCompris moves to Patreon for funding, and Samba makes big changes to its cryptography implementation.
November 19th, 2019 | 2 mins 56 secs
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The Open Invention Network is taking on patent trolls, Nextcloud releases a statement concerning NextCry, Mozilla and GitLab are expanding their bug bounty programs, and the EFF helps form the Coalition Against Stalkerware.
November 13th, 2019 | 2 mins 37 secs
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It’s time to update your kernel again as yet more Intel security issues come to light, good news for container management and self-hosted collaboration, and Brave is finally ready for production.