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Linux kernel 6.2 supports Apple M1 and M2 processors

Linux kernel 6.2 supports Apple M1 and M2 processors

Linux kernel 6.2 supports Apple's Arm-based M1 and M2 processors by default. Intel Arc GPUs, Intel Skylake processors and Nvidia RTX 30 Series GPUs are also now better supported. The new version of the Linux kernel was released on time and only with a few minor fixes, according to Linux guru Lin... Read more

date1 year ago
Google adds new energy and memory saving features to Chrome

Google adds new energy and memory saving features to Chrome

The tweaks to Google's Chrome browser have been expected since they were first announced in December. Google is now widely rolling out the Memory and Energy Saver modes for Chrome on Mac, Windows, Linux, as well as Chromebooks, reports 9TO5Google. The new features, called Memory and Energy Sa... Read more

date1 year ago
ChromeOS will now allow users to change its keyboard shortcuts

ChromeOS will now allow users to change its keyboard shortcuts

Once considered a "web-only" device with limited capabilities, ChromeOS has come a long way since its initial release with the Cr-48 laptop. The integration of Linux and Android apps has made ChromeOS a more versatile secondary device for many users. However, the pain of learning a new set of ke... Read more

date1 year ago
Qoppa Software updates Java PDF development tools

Qoppa Software updates Java PDF development tools

The updated PDF processing and conversion SDK includes full Java 17 support, LTV-enabled signatures, PDF-X1/X3 conversion and font enhancements. Qoppa develops PDF solutions. The firm recently released a new version of its Java PDF development tools and components. Developers use Qoppa’s P... Read more

date1 year ago
Linux-based malware uses 30 WordPress exploits to inject JavaScript

Linux-based malware uses 30 WordPress exploits to inject JavaScript

New Linux-based malware uses 30 vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins to inject malicious JavaScript. Antivirus vendor Dr. Web reports that the malware comes in two variants capable of attacking Linux-based WordPress sites by exploiting outdated plugins. The first variant found, Linux.BackDoor.Wo... Read more

date1 year ago
Hackers hijack Linux devices using PRoot-isolated file systems

Hackers hijack Linux devices using PRoot-isolated file systems

Hackers are using BYOF (bring your own filesystem) attacks to abuse the open-source Linux PRoot utility and develop a consistent source of harmful tools compatible with Linux devices. A BYOF attack involves a threat actor building a malicious file system on their devices that includes a typical ... Read more

date1 year ago
Linus Torvalds announces 8th release candidate of Linux 6.1

Linus Torvalds announces 8th release candidate of Linux 6.1

Linux chief Linus Torvalds has announced the eighth release candidate of Linux 6.1. Torvalds has been critical of codebase aspects in recent weeks. Still, the situation seems to have stabilized somewhat as we head close in on the final release. The announcement of the eighth release candidate (... Read more

date1 year ago
Linus Torvalds warns that Linux 6.2 merge will clash with Christmas

Linus Torvalds warns that Linux 6.2 merge will clash with Christmas

Linux chief Linus Torvalds has warned contributors that the project's development cycle will clash with Christmas. Developers are advised to have their work ready prior to the holidays. The warning was included in Torvalds' weekly development update, where he also announced the release candidate... Read more

date1 year ago
OpenSSL 3.0.7 patches two high-risk vulnerabilities

OpenSSL 3.0.7 patches two high-risk vulnerabilities

OpenSSL version 3.0.7 is now available and should be applied as soon as possible, the developers say. OpenSSL version 3.0.7 was announced last week as an important security fix. The vulnerabilities patched with this release are CVE-2022-3786 (X.509 Email Address Variable Length Buffer Over... Read more

date2 years ago
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