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Debian Linux project released today bug fixes for lighttpd and gaim package that allows remote attacks and DoS attacks.

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An unpatched security hole in Ubuntu Linux 8.04 LTS operating system could be used by attackers to send a crafted packet and cause a denial of service via application crash in applications linked against OpenSSL to take control of vulnerable servers.

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Multiple buffer overflows were discovered in the Ubuntu Linux kernel and can be corrected by upgrading your system to latest kernel version.

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The guides are designed to give instructions and recommendations for securing Mac OS X and for maintaining a ultra secure computer system.

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An updated Apache package that fixes a bug is now available under FreeBSD operating systems.

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This blog post provides good information about password hashing. The main point of this article is to use strong encryption and make attackers life hard. So if someone gains access to database, attacker could figure out your password using a brute force or rainbow tables.

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Many new Linux user / admin asks: Is Linux more secure than Windows? That depends. ;-) Let me explain: Fan boys on both sides argue to the death that their religion operating system is the best and safest to use. Windows is harder to secure than Linux. It is the simple truth. Many IT professionals […]

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