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Six Malicious Linux Shell Scripts Used to Evade Defenses and How to Stop Them>

The Uptycs Threat Research team outlines how malicious Linux shell scripts are used to cloak attacks and how defenders can

  

KDE Plasma 5.22.4 Further Improves Plasma Wayland, Makes System Monitor Faster to Launch>

KDE Plasma 5.22.4 is packed with many improvements to make the KDE Plasma 5.22 desktop environment series more stable and

  

Hackers turning to ‘exotic’ languages for next-gen malware, report warns>

Hackers are turning coding languages such as Go, Rust, Nim and DLang into next-gen malware targeting Linux and Windows systems,

  

Open Source is Revolutionizing Careers in Cybersecurity – What You Need to Know>

Technology is an integral part of our everyday lives. Widespread reliance on devices that connect us to the Internet and

  

From notebooks to pipelines with Kubeflow KALE

What is Kubeflow? Kubeflow is the open-source machine learning toolkit on top of Kubernetes. Kubeflow translates steps in your data

  

The 10 Best Tools to Scan Your Linux Server for Malware and Security Flaws>

Worried that your Linux server might be infected with malware or rootkits? Here’s 10 great security tools you can use

  

Running FIPS 140 workloads on Ubuntu

This is the first article in a two-article series regarding FIPS 140 and Ubuntu. The first part of this series,

  

Black Hat USA & DEFCON 2021 Coverage on LinuxSecurity: What You Need to Know>

To say that it’s an exciting time in the cybersecurity community is an understatement! Two of the most prestigious cybersecurity

  

Running FIPS 140 workloads on Ubuntu

This is the first article in a two-article series regarding FIPS 140 and Ubuntu. The first part of this series,

  

Microsoft Warns of LemonDuck Malware Targeting Windows and Linux Systems>

The infamous cross-platform LemonDuck crypto-mining malware has continued to refine and improve upon its techniques to strike both Linux and

  

Canonical Pushes New Ubuntu Kernel Updates to All Supported Releases>

Canonical has published Linux kernel updates for all of its supported Ubuntu releases to address several security vulnerabilities discovered in

  

The State of Robotics – June 2021

June was packed with interesting news. So this monthly blog won’t disappoint our readers. If you haven’t seen it already,

  

Why Ubuntu Certification Matters for AIoT

DFI is the world’s first industrial computer manufacturer to join the Ubuntu IoT Hardware Certification Partner Program. Three DFI products

  

Design and Web team summary – 16 July 2021

The web team at Canonical run two-week iterations building and maintaining all of Canonical websites and product web interfaces. Here

  

Let the Linux kernel Rust>

Rust is creeping into the Linux kernel – which could mean a major step forward for Linux security.LinuxSecurity – Security

  

Design and Web team summary – 16 July 2021

The web team at Canonical run two-week iterations building and maintaining all of Canonical websites and product web interfaces. Here

  

Ubuntu in the wild – 22nd of July

The Ubuntu in the wild blog post ropes in the latest highlights about Ubuntu and Canonical around the world on

  

How to test the latest Kubernetes 1.22 release candidate with MicroK8s

Today, the Kubernetes community made the 1.22 release candidate available, a few weeks ahead of general availability, planned for August

  

New Windows and Linux Flaws Give Attackers Highest System Privileges>

Recently discovered flaws impacting Linux and Windows users alike could give attackers the highest system privileges. Remediations have been released

  

Why Ubuntu Certification Matters for AIoT

DFI is the world’s first industrial computer manufacturer to join the Ubuntu IoT Hardware Certification Partner Program. Three DFI products

  

GNOME 40.3 Released with Improvements to GNOME Software, Many Bug Fixes>

GNOME 40.3 has been released as the third maintenance update to the latest and greatest GNOME 40 desktop environment series,

  

Say hi to Microsoft’s own Linux: CBL-Mariner>

Microsoft now has its own lightweight and secure Linux distro, CBL-Mariner. With the distro’s limited size also comes a minimal

  

TLS Email Encryption Explained – How To Encrypt Email with TLS>

It is no secret that email is the preferred method of communication for businesses – a trend that has only

  

Keeping Your System Secure is Easier than Ever with LinuxSecurity Customized Advisories!>

Regardless of the Linux distribution you’re using, staying on top of the latest security advisories is essential in maintaining an