Open Source Group Wants Windows 7 Source Code In A Blank Hard drive





Just when Microsoft ended the support for Windows 7, Free Software Foundation filed a petition demanding Windows 7 to be open source. Now, the open-source community went a little further by making another bold move. Reportedly, the FSF […] Continue Reading…

Fedora’s 32-bit ARM Xfce Image Demoted While Fedora Workstation AArch64 Gets Promoted

Issues with Fedora’s 32-bit ARM Xfce desktop spin will no longer be treated as a release blocker for the Linux distribution but instead the Fedora Workstation for 64-bit ARM (AArch64) will be considered a blocking issue.
At Monday’s Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee meeting, the FESCo members agreed that Fedora Workstation on 64-bit ARM will basically take the place of the 32-bit ARM Fedora Xfce image in terms of release priority. That Fedora 32-bit ARM Xfce spin can stick […] Continue Reading…

Working with Ring Buffer Wireshark Files


A Ring Buffer addresses a common issue many analysts encounter when capturing packets: huge traces. Due to increased bandwidth and large drives, it doesn’t take much to create 500 MB trace file. The problem with a 500 MB, or larger trace is opening and working with the file in Wireshark. Filters and statistic reports can take minutes to create. This is why I recommend you take large trace files and split them into smaller trace files.

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OpenSSH Now Supports FIDO/U2F Security Keys » Linux Magazine

OpenSSH is, by far, the single most popular tool for logging into remote servers and desktops. SSH logins are generally considered fairly safe, but not 100%. If you’re not satisfied with the out the box security offered by OpenSSH, you can always opt to go with SSH key authentication. If that’s not enough, there’s always 2 Factor Authentication, which would then require you to enter a PIN generated by an application such as OTPClient […] Continue Reading…

How to clone a drive from the Linux command line

Cloning a drive in Linux actually isn’t too terribly difficult–especially if you’re comfortable with the Linux command line interface. But how do you do it? First you’ll need a bootable ISO image, of just about any Linux distribution, on a flash drive. You’ll also need a new drive to clone to. That target drive […] Continue Reading…