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Red Hat wants to be ready for a world of ARM-powered PCs, and it just took a big step toward that goal by releasing Fedora 20 Heisenbug. The Linux distribution now supports ARM as a main platform; users and developers no longer have to use Intel-based chips if they want Red Hats full blessing. The […]

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Earlier today we published our initial findings about the attacks on South Korean banks and local broadcasting organizations. We have now discovered an additional component used in this attack that is capable of wiping Linux machines. Figure 1. Bash wiper script targeting remote Linux machines  The dropper for Trojan.Jokra contains a module for wiping remote Linux […]

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Ten years ago, one of the largest Linux worm outbreaks was underway. Known as Slapper, this worm would infect Linux machines via an OpenSSL vulnerability. Infected Linux servers were organized into a P2P network which could then be used to launch DDoS attacks. Although Slapper was not the first Linux worm (at least ADMworm and […]

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The Multi-Model Database:
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