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Canonical was forced to release the second round of Ubuntu updates that address the recently disclosed CPU vulnerabilities after some users complained that their systems no longer booted after installing the initial patches.

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A major data breach on the Ubuntu Forums has not compromised the passwords of its affected users. In an update to its announcement that an incident had taken place, its developer Canonical Ltd was keen to highlight that this information was not accessed. However, as Jane Silber, CEO of Canonical Ltd, revealed, usernames, emails addresses […]

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The Ubuntu online forums have been hacked for the second time in a few months and data of more than 2 Million users have been exposed. According to Ubuntu, the hackers exposed users’ data including usernames, email addresses, and IP addresses. The data breach was caused by the failure in applying a patch to the […]

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