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Linux Foundation forms Urban Computing Foundation to support connected cities

The Linux Foundation has taken the wraps off a new open source community to help cities with their increasingly complex transportation networks. The Urban Computing Foundation (UCF) is pulling together software resources to improve mobility, safety, road infrastructure, traffic congestion and energy consumption across connected cities. The initial contributors include …

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Linux version of Winnti malware found

Security researchers from Alphabet’s cybersecurity firm Chronicle have discovered a Linux version of the Winnti malware while investigating a recent cyberattack carried out against the pharmaceutical giant Bayer. According to the researchers, the code contained within the Linux variant resembles the Winnti 2.0 Windows version which has been used by …

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Memory Management Units (Mmu) Global Market 2019-2024: Atmel, Xilinx, Linux Kernel, Axis Communications, Keil, Motorola

Market Research Explore Extensive scenario of the global Memory Management Units (Mmu) market 2019-2024 along with key commercial drivers, restraints, market share analysis, price trend analysis, and company profiles The Memory Management Units (Mmu) market report in the globe is expected to fulfill the demands and provides quality research statistics …

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How to Watch Netflix on Linux: A Step-by-Step Guide

Ah, Linux, the open-source operating system alternative to OS X and Windows that keeps independent-minded computer users running. From customization to cost, Linux can be a blessing to computer users looking to escape the corporate software ecosystem. There’s just one downside: Sometimes Linux doesn’t support the sites and software you …

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Firefox 67.0 Released, ownCloud Announces New Server Version 10.2, Google Launches “Glass Enterprise Edition 2” Headset, Ubuntu Expands Its Kernel Uploader Team and Kenna Security Reports Almost 20% of Popular Docker Containers Have No Root Password

News briefs for May 21, 2019. Firefox 67.0 was released today. From the Mozilla blog: “Today’s new Firefox release continues to bring fast and private together right at the crossroads of performance and security. It includes improvements that continue to keep Firefox fast while giving you more control and assurance …

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Linux version of the Winnti malware work as a backdoor on infected hosts in the wild

Google’s Chronicle Security team discovered a Linux version of the Winnti malware was used in the 2015 hack of a Vietnamese gaming company. The malware has proved to be a popular tool used by Beijing hackers over the last decade and has been used against various targets for varied motivations, including …

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