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Security-vendor snake oil: 7 promises that don't deliver  12 May 2014  Print E-mail
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Source: Network World - Posted by Alex   
Latest News Consider me a career-long computer security curmudgeon. When a vendor guarantees its latest and greatest will defend the world against all computer maliciousness, I yawn. Been there; it didn't pan out.
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KernelCare Promises Linux Security Updates Without the Reboots  06 May 2014  Print E-mail
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Source: The Var Guy - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Latest News One of the nice things about Linux is that it never asks to reboot after installing security other updates—unless, that is, you update the kernel, which traditionally does require a reboot. But CloudLinux hopes to change that for more enterprises through a new product called KernelCare, designed to keep a virtual or physical open source Linux OS updated without rebooting.
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Canadians arrest a Heartbleed hacker  17 April 2014  Print E-mail
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Source: CNN Money - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Latest News Canadian mounties have arrested a teenager who, they say, used the Heartbleed Internet bug to hack into the country's tax agency.
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Whitehat hacker goes too far, gets raided by FBI, tells all  11 April 2014  Print E-mail
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Source: arsTechnica - Posted by Alex   
Latest News A whitehat hacker from the Baltimore suburbs went too far in his effort to drive home a point about a security vulnerability he reported to a client. Now he’s unemployed and telling all on reddit.
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Suse open-sources live updater for Linux kernel  07 April 2014  Print E-mail
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Source: InfoWorld - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Latest News Nobody loves downtime or reboots -- especially not Suse. But the Linux engineers at Suse didn't just sit there and grind their teeth over forced reboots after a kernel patch; they went out and did something about it.
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