Linux OS has proven to be a good choice for powering IoT devices, but which of the many Linux distros is best for your purposes?
August was a light month for patches from non-Microsoft vendors including Adobe, Linux, and Google, but several critical flaws should get your attention.
Linux is the go-to operating system for many businesses because of its security. But it is not immune to cyberattacks, as a new report clearly shows.
As we’ve seen, Microsoft rolled out a lot of patches in July. But the big non-Microsoft vendors, including Adobe, Google, and Linux, were also busy.
June was a busy month for third-party non-Microsoft patches, with hundreds of vulnerabilities fixed by Apple, Adobe, Google, Linux, Oracle, and Mozilla.
Microsoft Patch Tuesday is always a major event for IT admins, but patches from other vendors are almost always as important and critical to your systems.
The Linux kernel is a secure part of the operating system, so while bugs are rare, they must be patched immediately — as is the case here.
Linux was once considered impenetrable to cyberattack. But that is no longer true. When it comes to Linux security, here’s what to keep an eye on.
Sharing files and data between systems on different platforms sounds intimidating, but data transfer between Linux and Windows is surprisingly easy.
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