The SteamLUG (Steam Linux User Group) events calendar for May is up, featuring Nuclear Dawn, Frozen Synapse, Gear Up, Sanctum 2 and more!
Hackers are now targeting cloud-based apps and systems almost as much as on-premise environments, particularly with so-called brute force attacks and vulnerability scans.
Peter Miller OpenBSD founder Theo de Raadt has created a fork of OpenSSL, the widely used open source cryptographic software library that contained the notorious Heartbleed security vulnerability. OpenSSL has suffered from a lack of funding and code contributions despite being used in websites and products by many of the world’s biggest and richest corporations.The decision to fork OpenSSL is bound to be…
New discoveries and successes moving forward with CentOS 6 on the desktop.
Like it or not, IT directors are beginning to lose control of the IT agenda. But is that a good thing?
The release schedule for KDE 4.14 has been published while KDE developers are still deciding whether this will be the last Qt4-based release or if there will be a KDE 4.15. The last KDE 4.xx release though will turn into a long-term support release…
Want to dig in to OpenDaylight but not sure where to start? Here’s a list of the top five OpenDaylight videos for developers including hands-on tutorials, overviews and some of the most popular resources for those looking to get involved with the OpenDaylight community or contribute code.
All it will take is one major player to endorse LibreSSL as compatible and functional and OpenSSL adoption will crumble.
By Libby Clark
When LG acquired the WebOS project from HP early last year, it was a stripped down Linux-based mobile operating system hardly fit to run on any hardware. Then in January, less than a year later, LG debuted its new WebOS smart TVs at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The first WebOS TVs hit retail shelves earlier this month.