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LinuxSecurity.com: Josef Gajdusek discovered that OpenOCD, a JTAG debugger for ARM and MIPS, was vulnerable to Cross Protocol Scripting #attacks. An attacker could craft a HTML page that, when visited by a victim running OpenOCD, could execute arbitrary commands on the victims read more...

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Les collaborateurs #de Google disposent depuis longtemps de leur propre distribution Linux. read more...

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The 29 Stages Of A Twitterstorm In 2018 ’14. Then suddenly there are Nazis everywhere.’ (tags: twitter twitterstorms #funny 2018 #nazis alt-right read more...

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LinuxSecurity.com: It was discovered that PHP5 was vulnerable to a reflected cross-site scripting (XSS) attack on the PHAR 404 error page by manipulating the URI of a request for a .#phar file. This issue is only exploitable if the web server is configured to handle phar files using read more...

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Upcoming Free Webinars From The Linux Foundation Verizon's participation solidifies ONAP as a service #automation standard, says analyst Verizon?s recent move to join the Linux Foundation?s Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) project as a Platinum member firmly establishes the specification as a common automation standard the industry can follow as companies virtualize functions in their networks. Tom Nolle, principal of Cimi Corp, told FierceTelecom in an e-mail that Verizon?s adoption of ONAP could drive other large Tier 1 service providers to follow a similar path. Blockchain read more...

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We Didn't Pull CPU Microcode Update to Pass the Buck Red Hat Will Revert Spectre Patches After Receiving Reports of Boot Issues Red Hat is releasing updates t#hat are reverting previous patches for the Spectre vulnerability (Variant 2, aka CVE-2017-5715) after customers complained that some systems were failing to boot. "Red Hat is no longer providing microcode to address Spectre, variant 2, due to instabilities introduced that are causing customer systems to not boot," the company said yesterday. "The latest microcode_ctl and linux-firmware packages are reverting these unstable read more...

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