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Welcome to the Linux Security Blog section! We continually scour the blogosphere to find informational and well-written blogs that cover Linux and Security. To give you a better idea of how we come to our choices here's some of our criteria:

  • Must have Linux/Open source as a component in >50% of all posts.
  • Must have security as a component in >50% of all posts.
  • Must be updated at least twice a week. We are looking for blogs, not conveniently updated sites. This is tracked, and if no post is made for 2 weeks, we remove it.

Additionally, each month, we will feature three of the best stand-out blogs for each month, highlighting the best of what the Linux and security Blogosphere has to offer. Feel free to contribute one of your favorite sites by sending an email to


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    Android Trojan Targets Japanese Market ? Steals Personal Data
    web-sorrow ? Remote Web Security Scanner (Enumeration/Version Detection etc)
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Grok Computer Security

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    Hackers force us to make JSF more secure
    I?ll tell you what I want, what I really, really want from a Cloud Provider
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    Unleash The Power of the Find Command
    Installing Themes in Linux
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Network Performance Blog

    Bevy of Tools to Keep Remote Workers in Touch
    Measuring Service Quality in the Cloud
    Rolling Out a New App? How to Avoid 3 Performance Pitfalls
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Schneier on Security

    Friday Squid Blogging: Extracting Squid Ink
    Liars & Outliers Update
    TSA Behavioral Detection Statistics
    ... more articles

Security Wire Weekly


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    Review: Online Logo Maker (and the online icon maker)
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