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The development team behind LibreOffice has announced the addition of a new automatic updater. The new development is specifically designed for Linux systems and …

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Days after WannaCry ransomware, cyber security researchers have identified several vulnerabilities in Linux system that can compromise root processes in Linux. Called Stack Clash, …

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Linux distribution AntiX has announced a new update. Dubbed AntiX 16.2, the new platform is based on recently released Debian 8.8 Jessie that abandoned …

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While the kernel 4.12 and 4.13 are still a part of the buzzes, Linux maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman has announced the development of Linux 4.14. …

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Linux kernel is all set to start managing memory effectively to enhance machine learning developments. A solution called Heterogeneous Memory Management in development to …

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A new trojan named Linux.MulDrop.14 has started targeting Raspberry Pi. The trojan is designed to hit single-board computers to mine cryptocurrencies. Security researchers from …

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The open source community has received the new version of Fedora 25 live ISO respins called F25-SELF2017. The updated Fedora ISOs are shipped with …

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Microsoft is retiring its native Skype app for Linux. The Linux clients version 4.3 and older will formally leave the open source platform on …

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Four months after bringing the attractive Moksha Theme, Bodhi Linux has now been updated to 4.2.0. The new distribution comes with Linux 4.10 kernel …

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Red Hat, Debian and several other Linux distributions have released the patch for a Sudo command vulnerability. The high-severity vulnerability could let a local attacker …

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