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Bluetooth vulnerability affects Android, Apple and Linux devices

Bluetooth vulnerability affects Android, Apple and Linux devices

A recently discovered vulnerability in Bluetooth, CVE-2023-45866, opens the door to a hostile takeover of Android, Apple and Linux devices. Security researcher Marc Newlin made the discovery. In a posting on GitHub, Newlin recently disclosed the Bluetooth vulnerability CVE-2023-45866. By exploit... Read more

date5 months ago
ChromeOS detaches from Chrome web browser

ChromeOS detaches from Chrome web browser

Google appears soon to detach the Chrome web browser from the ChromeOS operating system. The feature could be the default as of ChromeOS 116. Chromebook users will not notice much of the changes, only that they will get more regular updates to the Chrome web browser. The website specialising in... Read more

date10 months ago
Microsoft Defender for IoT soon to scan Linux devices

Microsoft Defender for IoT soon to scan Linux devices

Microsoft is releasing the new Firmware Analysis feature for Defender for IoT. Soon, the software will be able to read Linux devices in your enterprise environment for vulnerabilities. Firmware Analysis for Defender for IoT scans Linux devices for different types of vulnerabilities, ranging fro... Read more

date10 months ago
AlmaLinux decides no longer to be 1:1 compatible with RHEL

AlmaLinux decides no longer to be 1:1 compatible with RHEL

AlmaLinux will no longer be one-to-one compatible with RHEL for the time being. Instead, the RHEL variant will now have application binary interface (ABI) compatibility. With the move, the provider of the downstream RHEL variant is responding to Red Hat's recent decision to stop making the sourc... Read more

date10 months ago
Linux Foundation working on RISC-V Software Ecosystem (RISE)

Linux Foundation working on RISC-V Software Ecosystem (RISE)

The Linux Foundation is working on RISE, a software ecosystem for RISC-V software. The goal entails expediting the availability of software for powerful and energy-efficient RISC-V cores. This enables the running of advanced operating systems across various market segments. A stellar group of found... Read more

date12 months ago
NXP unveils its i.MX 91 family of applications processors

NXP unveils its i.MX 91 family of applications processors

NXP has unveiled new i.MX 91 processors. The new chips should power Smart Factories and Smart Homes. This week Dutch semiconductor giant NXP used the Computex event to announce the latest processor from its i.MX 9 series of applications processors. These are intended for industrial, medical, con... Read more

date12 months ago
Microsoft makes Azure Linux generally available

Microsoft makes Azure Linux generally available

The announcement follows the CBL-Mariner project announcement from last year. This week at Microsoft's Build event, the software giant announced that it has made Azure Linux generally available. Azure Linux is Microsoft's own distribution of the open source operating system. Jim Perrin, princ... Read more

date12 months ago
IceFire ransomware now also affects Linux systems

IceFire ransomware now also affects Linux systems

The IceFire ransomware affects not only Windows systems, but now also Linux-based systems. According to security experts at SentinelOne, a Linux version of the IceFire ransomware has surfaced for the first time in recent weeks. Previously, only Windows systems were targeted. The IceFire ransomwa... Read more

date1 year ago
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