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    Re: Nvidia buys ARM

    I hate the idea of ARM being owned by Nvidia.
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Encrypting Ubuntu - Protecting Assets

    TheFu, this is perhaps the most on-fire, controversial post on security support yet. lol. Not touching this today.
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Encrypting Ubuntu - Protecting Assets

    I want to warn people considering Virtualbox VM extensions for professional solutions without a license from Oracle. This is actually illegal, and you can be sued. A lot of IT folks now are critical...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: Kaspersky recommends avoiding unencrypted update channels

    Doesn't really hurt to use HTTPS. I think we don't because why bother? As Fu said, there are many privacy reasons to use HTTPS but if encryption already exists, not too many security reasons. Double...
  5. Re: Extending the Security of Ubuntu 14.04 with ESM Enabled

    What happens when you place a sudo at the beginning?

    sudo ua status
  6. [SOLVED] Re: Kaspersky recommends avoiding unencrypted update channels

    APT signs with GPG. So if someone were to insert their own package during transit, our computer likely would detect it unless your GPG key ring has been modified in some way to accept the faulty...
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    Re: XFCE extends beyond the screen

    I have. No avail. :(
  8. Deploying Scalable Puppet Development in Docker Containers

    Docker is a tool that allows you to build a container from an existing template called image. The template comes with software installed and directories configured. Without going on about the...
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    XFCE extends beyond the screen

    I'm using the 20.04 LTS release of xubuntu. Today I noticed the lower half of the screen extends further than it should, resulting in weird UI issues. Is this a common issue or is there a known...
  10. Extending the Security of Ubuntu 14.04 with ESM Enabled

    Extended Security Maintenance is a Canonical service for the Ubuntu desktop and server. Its ethos follows the model of Debian’s Extended Long Term Support, where older repositories of Debian...
  11. [ubuntu] Re: ufw rules change without my input Ubuntu 14.01

    I don't think it's due to your computer being hacked... but I need to know, are you an ESM member? Here's information on protecting your machine now that 14.04 LTS is outdated:...
  12. Re: http forum icons cause "insecure website" warnings on various browsers

    Does the sys admin need help with this? I can volunteer my time to help sort out the root cause.
  13. Re: Comodo not installing ~ dependency not satisfiable

    Symantec has real time protection called auto protect. It works a little too well in my opinion. :)
  14. Re: I need help hosting a Dayz Modded Server on ubuntu server

    LinuxGSM is a program developed on top of Linux platform. It appears to run ontop of the tool called Bash, which is the commandline tool for Linux. You may have more success from its official support...
  15. [UbuntuGnome] Re: account-bs.gmx.com in browser appeared

    Does the account under gmx have any values like username and password?
  16. Re: DNS Name blocking security isn't enough

    Wow, that's insane. But I wasn't sure how the attack could be deployed. Hacker news comments helded out.

    https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=24354453



    Something to keep an ear on, I guess....
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    [lubuntu] Re: Router/modem hacking concern?

    This thread has scared the proverbial outta me lol! I disconnected the Linux desktop from the internet, and will probably run dban on it again. Then maybe just dismantle it and throw away the...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Router/modem hacking concern?

    Regardless of which operating system you use, you'd need to trust that service. I'm actually familiar with Star Wars Galaxy. I didn't pick it up because I felt uncertain about the service. It's not...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: LivePatch Error: Server Status 500

    I say so because LivePatch isn't really a security concern for you as a desktop user. If you think it's a big problem, you can contact Canonical for customer support for your token. We're community...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: LivePatch Error: Server Status 500

    Are you using LivePatch correctly? It is meant for servers that cannot reboot for any reason. This supplies a new kernel update without a reboot requirement.

    I think I may be confused, so please...
  21. [ubuntu] Re: LivePatch Error: Server Status 500

    You retrieved a new auth token, correct and not simply recycled the one that gave you the 500 error?
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    [lubuntu] Re: Router/modem hacking concern?

    Not completely bad. Do you trust the vendor? If so, it should be fine. Are you playing online? If so, are there official servers or servers maintained by the game's vendor? If so, you're likely safer...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Router/modem hacking concern?

    Good question. Network security is better understood from the router. Your router sends your data through its gateway to other routers outside your LAN. To see what these routers are, using the...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Router/modem hacking concern?

    The short answer is that yes, you can be hacked and have your computer infect other computers in your LAN.

    Are you safer using Ubuntu?

    The answer is neither yes or no. Any computer is...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: rkhunter reports User syslog has been added to group tty: Problem?

    It is the expected behavior. Here's the source of the change.



    # debian/rsyslog.postinst
    case "$1" in
    configure)
    adduser --system --group --no-create-home --quiet syslog || true...
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