By Matt Hartley After all this time it still amazes me when I see Windows XP used among the public. Some of the most recent examples I’ve seen in ‘the wild’ have been with home users and some small businesses.
By firstname.lastname@example.org Univention has announced the launch of its second point release of Univention Corporate Server (UCS) 4.0. The new release offers a new, less restrictive license for individuals running UCS in commerical settings along with the additional of Docker container technology. “We are pleased to announce the availability of….
Mozilla Firefox 38 is being officially released today and with this open-source web browser update comes new functionality…
LinuxGizmos: The Linux Foundation has updated its SPDX standard to v2.0, enhancing the ability to track complex open source license dependencies, in order to ensure compliance.
From: Linux Today
By Bruce Schneier Anyone can design a cipher that he himself cannot break. This is why you should uniformly distrust amateur cryptography, and why you should only use published algorithms that have withstood broad cryptanalysis. All cryptographers know this, but non-cryptographers do not. And this is why we repeatedly see bad amateur cryptography in fielded systems.
By corbet The development of the Foresight Linux distribution has come to an end.
“The Foresight Linux Council has determined that there has
been insufficient volunteer activity to sustain meaningful new
development of Foresight Linux. Faced with the need either to
update the project’s physical infrastructure or cease operations,
we find no compelling reason to update the infrastructure.”
eWEEK: In this slide show, eWEEK takes a look at some of the key innovations in OpenStack Kilo.
From: Linux Today