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Is Stagefright over yet? 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]

Here's the latest episode of our weekly 1-minute security video - enjoy.

SSCC 209 - Can encryption be too good? [PODCAST]

Here's the latest episode of our weekly podcast that turns security news into useful advice...

Malware on Linux - When Penguins Attack

If you really want to fan the flames of controversy, ask the question, "What about malware on Linux?"

We asked...here's what we found out.

SSCC 201 - The Infosec edition [PODCAST]

This week, we're at Infosec in the impressive Olympia Grand in London, England, so this episode was recorded right at the exhibition...

5 tips to improve your Linux desktop security

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Linux-based operating systems aren't invulnerable.

Here are five easy steps you can take to enhance your Linux security...

Get into Infosec Europe 2015 for free, hear great talks!

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Get a free pass to Infosec Europe (2/3/4 June 2015) and stop by at our stand to say hello.

Attend our free talks...no paid actors, no sales pitches and no canned product demos: we're giving educational presentations that we hope will both entertain and educate.

Get into RSA 2015 for free, hear eye-opening talks!

The annual RSA Conference in San Francisco is next week, starting on Monday 20 April 2015.

Get a free expo pass on us...

What a lot of patches! 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]

Watch the latest episode of our weekly fun-but-serious security news video.

It only takes a minute!

Linux Australia gets pwned, rooted, RATted and botted

Linux Australia had a bit of a nightmare Easter Weekend.

While the rest of us were loafing at the beach, the Penguinistas from Down Under were owning up to a pretty extensive cyberintrusion.

SSCC 184 - What's the lifespan of a GHOST? [PODCAST]

Our weekly security podcast - the latest news in 15 minutes, entertaining *and* educational.

Enjoy!

The GHOST in the machine - 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]

Here's our weekly one-minute security video.

Sending spam, cracking the Blackphone and the GHOST in the machine. Enjoy...

How dare you use my camera! 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]

Here's this week's 60 Second Security.

A week of news distilled into a swift minute of amusing but informative video...

Linux hits 23 - the Time Machine that changed the world!

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Linux reached the entirely respectable age of 23 this week, more or less.

Paul Ducklin looks at what might have been...

Latest OpenSSL flaws can lead to information leakage, code execution and DoS

Only two months after the Heartbleed vulnerability in OpenSSL captured global headlines we have another critical update for OpenSSL fixing 6 new flaws.

Chinese government shuns Windows 8 - security, economy or politics?

Chinese government shuns Windows 8 - security, economy or politics?

China is banning the use of Windows 8 in government departments, with an announcement from the country's Central Government Procurement Center nicely timed to add to the sizzling diplomatic row between China and the US.

As one security hole closes, another one opens! 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]

How many years was that security hole in Linux ? How many security patches for XP? How many lock screen holes in iOS? How much do Google specs cost?

Find out in this week's 60 Second Security video...

Linux "got root" kernel bug patched after five years at large

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Here's a kernel bug in Linux that turned out to have been sitting there, Heartbleed style, awaiting discovery and exploitation for several years.

Paul Ducklin digs in...

More post-Heartbleed love/cash for OpenSSL

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The Linux Foundation has announced the Core Infrastructure Initiative - a multi-million dollar project to fund and support critical elements of the global information infrastructure.

It's starting (surprise, surprise) with OpenSSL...

Monday review - the hot 24 stories of the week

Monday review

Missed anything last week? Catch up with everything we talked about with our weekly roundup.

Rudest man in Linuxdom rants about randomness - "We actually know what we are doing. You don't."

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Yet more "NSA cracked my crypto" conspiracy, and this time, the rudest man in Linuxdom is in the thick of it!