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Don't Underestimate Prototype Pollution

Although in some places they speak of prototype pollution (or ‘prototype comtamination’) as a new technique for attacking websites. In reality, this novelty is relative, since as earl...

In Sep 08, 2020

The easiest way to use PDAnet with Linux or BSD for unlimited tethering

Mobile data is getting cheaper & faster, and you probably have an offer for unlimited 4G/5G in your local area. It usually comes with a catch of severely limited data allocations ...

In Sep 05, 2020

Raspberry Pi OS makes the jump to Linux 5.4

For a long time, and if I’m not mistaken, this has been the case from the beginning, the official operating system for Raspberry Pi plates was called Raspbian. A few months ago, the c...

In Aug 30, 2020

HBO Max leaves Linux users hanging

Linux users are usually happy with the software we have available: if we don’t have Photoshop, we use GIMP; if we don’t have Sony Vegas, we use one of the many video editors available...

In Aug 30, 2020

F5 Networks asks the court to dismiss claim against Nginx

According to Forbes Russia, F5 Networks’ attorneys voiced the company’s position in the California court in the case “Cyprus offshore Lynwood Investment v. Nginx and its investors F5 ...

In Aug 30, 2020

Proposal to modify Mesa so that NVIDIA can run applications with XWayland

NVIDIA has always demanded special treatment within the Linux ecosystem, an attitude that caused Linus Torvalds himself to explode a few years ago. The creator of the kernel sent what...

In Aug 29, 2020

Windows games on Linux via WINE will work better thanks to Linux 5.10

That Linux is not the best platform for videogames is something we repeat every time we talk about playing on desktop computers, but as time goes by things get better. Steam helps a l...

In Aug 24, 2020

Tip to make your Raspberry Pi 4 Much Faster

If you want your Raspberry Pi 4 to perform at its best, this trick will help you get the most out of it when using USB storage devices.

In Jul 27, 2020

NIST has announced the beginning of the third phase of post quantum cryptography standardization

NIST recently announced on its website the launch of the third phase of post quantum cryptography standardization. The third phase included 3 candidates for digital signature and 4 ca...

In Jul 25, 2020

GNOME proposes bringing GNOME OS to real hardware

At the GUADEC 2020 conference, a report was made on the development of the “GNOME OS” project in which a plan is released to develop “GNOME OS” as a platform for creating OS now trans...

In Jul 25, 2020


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