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Linux Advisory Watch: May 27th 2005  27 May 2005 
Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Linux Advisory Watch This week, perhaps the most interesting articles include ppxp, oops, libconvert, qpopper, gail, dmraid, openssl, kernel, netpbm, sudo, texinfo, FreeRADIUS, gdb, ImageMagick, Net-SNMP, gxine, evolution, firefox, mozilla, ethereal, and less tif. The distributors include Debian, Fedora, Gentoo, and Red Hat.

 
Linux Security Week: May 23rd 2005  23 May 2005 
Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Linux Security Week This week, perhaps the most interesting articles include "Security and the Linux process," "Security's shortcoming: Too many machines, Not enough training," and "Towards proactive security."

 
Linux Advisory Watch: May 20th 2005  20 May 2005 
Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Linux Advisory Watch This week, advisories were released for kde, phpsysinfo, fonts-xorg, gaim, phpBB, mozilla suite, PostgreSQL, FreeRADIUS, ncpfs, kdelibs, cyrus-imapd, rsh, glibc, ia32el, and the Red Hat kernel. The distributors include Conectiva, Debian, Fedora, Gentoo, and Red Hat.

 
Linux Security Week: May 16th 2005  16 May 2005 
Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Linux Security Week This week, perhaps the most interesting articles include "A Gentle Introduction To Cryptography," "The Potential for an SSH Worm," and "Taking the guesswork out of information security.
 
Linux Advisory Watch: May 13th 2005  13 May 2005 
Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Linux Advisory Watch This week, advisories were released for squid, smail, XFree86, lapack, system-config-bind, gnutls, util-linux, libexif, ethereal, postgresql, gaim, pygtk, GnuTLS, gzip, TCPDump, libTIFF, HT, and openmotif. The distributors include Debian, Fedora, Gentoo, and Red Hat.

 
Linux Security Week: May 9th 2005  09 May 2005 
Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Linux Security Week This week, perhaps the most interesting articles include "Why Snort makes IDS worth the time and effort," "Five Linux Security Myths You Can Live Without," and "Backups tapes a backdoor for identity thieves."

 
Linux Advisory Watch: May 6th 2005  06 May 2005 
Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Linux Advisory Watch This week, perhaps the most interesting articles include ethereal, prozilla, smartlist, kdewebdev, wireless-tools, gimp, bootparamd, tcpdump, kdelibs, vte, php, words, util-linux, lapack, gnuutils, and glibc. The distributors include Conectiva, Debian, Fedora, Gentoo, and Red Hat.

 
Linux Security Week: May 2nd 2005  02 May 2005 
Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Linux Security Week This week, perhaps the most interesting articles include "Host-Based Intrusion Prevention," "Detecting suspicious network traffic with psad," and "Build an IDS with Snort, Shadow, and ACID."

 
Cleanliness next to Rootliness  29 April 2005 
Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Linux Advisory Watch The old saying about cleanliness being next to godliness has a certain resonance in the world I live in every day. What is so appealing about a clean computer system? Why does my Unix co-author Jason Miller seem so obsessed with his "clean" BSD systems? I can tell you that Jason is a pretty paranoid individual, and his desire for cleanliness and purity in his operating system has its roots in paranoia. An even more appropriate question might be, what is the connection between cleanliness and rootliness (considered godliness in a Unix system)?

 
Linux Advisory Watch: April 29th 2005  29 April 2005 
Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Linux Advisory Watch This week, articles were released for squid, gaim, evolution, junkbuster, samba, cvs, kdelibs, libtiff, mc, dia, cyrus, ImageMagik, openMosixview, kimgio, convert-UUlib, kernel, shareutils, and mozilla. Distributors include Conectiva, Debian, Fedora, Gentoo, Red Hat, and SuSE.

 
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