Mozilla added Microsoft's .NET Framework Assistant to its add-ons blocklist over the weekend. The blocklist blocks programs with evident security vulnerabilities. Before the weekend was over, the app was stricken from the list again.more »
An SSH connection to a not directly linked system frequently makes at least one hop through the DMZ. The Belier tool simplifies this process. The program is now available in Debian's sid repository.more »
The Apache HTTP server version 2.2.14 incorporates significant bug fixes.more »
The free toolchain generator Crosstool-NG is available in version 1.5.0 and introduces numerous new features.more »
The Secunia security firm has found multiple vulnerabilities in the popular ffmpeg multimedia framework that is the basis for most Linux media players.more »
Professional users are always searching for an edge. Whether you work with Linux as a webmaster, programmer, system administrator, or security consultant, you know the best solution depends on finding the right tool for the job. We thought you might be interested in the following new products and updates.more »
The developer behind the grsecurity.net security portal, Brad Spengler, has released videos on the Web that demonstrate a security hole in the current Linux kernel.more »
IndiMail, an email solution made of open source components, now includes greylisting spam filtering in version 1.6.more »
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Authorities in 16 countries take action against users of the imfamous BlackShades malware tool.