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High engagement, larger screens: How Android developers can reach users on any device

Posted by Allan Livingston, Product Management Director, Chrome OS App Ecosystem Android fuels mobile apps on devices that range far beyond your typical small-screen smartphone, from new Chromebooks like the lightweight, high-performance Google Pixelbook Go to multi-display devices and foldable phones like the Samsung Galaxy Fold. Not to mention the […]

Linux Sudo Bug Lets Non-Privileged Users To Run Commands As Root

Sudo bug in Linux allows users to run some restricted commands as root without permission Sudo, one of the most commonly used utilities in Linux, has been found to have a vulnerability that could allow malicious users or programs to execute arbitrary commands as root on a targeted Linux system […]

Linux Kernel 5.3 Released With Support For AMD Navi GPUs, Intel Speed Select

Linus Torvalds releases Linux Kernel 5.3, Here’s what’s new Linus Torvalds yesterday officially announced the release of Linux 5.3. This version brings many new features and improved support for AMD Navi GPU, networking, security, drivers and much more. “So we’ve had a fairly quiet last week, but I think it was good […]

Huawei Is Now Selling Laptops With Pre-Installed Linux OS

Huawei is shipping flagship MateBooks in China running Linux Huawei Technologies Co, the Chinese electronics giant, is reportedly selling flagship laptop series ‘MateBook with pre-installed Linux OS instead of Windows in China. Known as Deepin Linux, this OS seems to be limited to select models like the Matebook 13, Matebook 14, […]

KDE Linux Desktops are vulnerable to hack just by downloading Malicious files

Researcher discloses an unpatched KDE vulnerability that can run malicious code on a user’s system A security researcher has published a proof-of-concept (POC) code on Twitter for a zero-day vulnerability in the KDE software framework that is yet to be fixed. The security expert, Dominik Penner aka “@zer0pwn” who discovered […]

Kali Linux Is Now Available For Raspberry Pi 4

Raspberry Pi 4 gets its own version of Kali Linux Offensive Security has officially released Kali Linux for Raspberry Pi 4, the most powerful version of the mini-computer that was launched on June 24th. For those unaware, Kali Linux is one of the best Linux distros for hackers, pen-tester, and security […]

Linux Powers All Top 500 Supercomputers In The World

Linux Now Runs on all of the Top 500 supercomputers According to the 53rd edition of TOP500 list – June 2019, all of the world’s fastest supercomputers are powered by Linux and are running at Petaflop speeds or faster. Two IBM-built supercomputers, Summit, and Sierra, installed at the Department of Energy’s […]

Linux Powers All Top 500 Supercomputers In The World

Linux Now Runs on all of the Top 500 supercomputers According to the 53rd edition of TOP500 list – June 2019, all of the world’s fastest supercomputers are powered by Linux and are running at Petaflop speeds or faster. Two IBM-built supercomputers, Summit, and Sierra, installed at the Department of Energy’s […]

Beware Linux users! Vulnerability in Vim or Neovim Editor could compromise your Linux

CVE-2019-12735: Opening a specially crafted file in Vim or Neovim Editor could hack your Linux system Security expert Armin Razmjou recently detected a high-risk arbitrary OS command execution vulnerability (CVE-2019-12735) in Vim and Neovim. For those unaware, Vim and Neovim are two most popular and powerful command-line text editing applications that […]

Russian military to bid goodbye to Windows soon, and welcome Astra Linux

Russian military plans to replace Microsoft Windows with Astra Linux Russian army could very soon be replacing the Windows operating system on its military systems with Astra Linux. For those unaware, Astra Linux is a Debian-based Linux operating system developed to meet the needs of the Russian army, other armed forces and intelligence […]