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The PHP project has issued an update about the security problem it made public on 30 March, saying that it was now believed that the git.php.net server was not compromised.

Published in Security

The PHP project has been forced to move its operations from its own git server to the Microsoft-owned software code repository GitHub after two malicious commits were discovered in the php-srx repository in the name of founder Rasmus Lerdorf and developer Nikita Popov.

Published in Security

A warning has been issued by the Israel National Cyber Directorate about a critical remote code execution flaw in the Drupal content management system.

Published in Security
Friday, 30 November 2018 15:09

AWS extends serverless language and IDE options

AWS used a keynote presentation by Amazon.com chief technology officer Werner Vogels at its AWS re-Invent conference to announce a raft of new products and features aimed at developers, with an emphasis on serverless.

Published in Cloud

Linux is becoming open to more malware threats because of the applications and programming languages that can be used as a means to attack components of the open-source operating system when used in a server environment, a senior security researcher at Kaspersky Lab claims.

Published in Security
Thursday, 21 September 2017 11:17

Joomla! LDAP injection bug patched

A longstanding bug in the Joomla! content management system, which allowed the takeover of a site by exploiting a vulnerability in the login page, has been patched by the project.

Published in Security

Open source development tools provider DRUD Tech has released DDEV Community, a tool that can automate workflows and Web application development with content management systems like Drupal and WordPress.

Published in Open Source

Trend Micro has issued an update on its claims about Erebus ransomware infecting Linux servers, but has this time taken care to list numerous sources that could be a possible attack vector.

Published in Security
Monday, 22 August 2016 10:15

MariaDB open-source credentials take a hit

The open-source credentials of MariaDB, the database company that was born as a fork from MySQL, have taken a hit after it announced that it would be releasing the new version of its MaxScale database proxy software under a proprietary licence.

Published in Open Sauce

KACE is a common systems and asset management, ticketing and reporting system used within enterprises. A new security flaw has been posted, revealing a hardcoded backdoor security key which allows arbitrary files to be uploaded.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Tuesday, 03 December 2013 12:03

Symantec identifies Internet of Things worm

Symantec has identified a new worm that can potentially infect embedded devices within your home or business network.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Friday, 08 June 2012 08:55

Linux comes to Microsoft Azure

Microsoft is previewing several new features of Windows Azure, including the ability to run Linux on Azure virtual machines.

Published in Open Source

The Facebook IPO, if successful, will increase the ripple effect that the growth of the social media site has already had on Silicon Valley, the chief executive of Zend Technologies, Andi Gutmans says.

Published in Open Source
Wednesday, 07 March 2012 08:31

Haylix uses Akamai to speed cloud storage

Haylix claims to have brought competition to the Australian cloud storage market. A deal with Akamai delivers speedy data access for overseas users.

Published in Cloud Computing
Tuesday, 18 October 2011 17:24

SuccessFactors takes data to VMware Cloud Foundry

An agreement between SuccessFactors and VMware gives customers the ability to build applications on VMware's Cloud Foundry that use data from Employee Central and other SuccessFactors software.

Published in Cloud Computing

4PSA has announced today the availability of the 4PSA Developers Zone, a new collaboration website that contains important resources for software developers who want to add cloud and Unified Communications capabilities to their software products.

Thursday, 11 November 2010 11:42

Mac OS X 10.6.5 arrives

Apple has released the Mac OS X 10.6.5 update, but there's no mention of AirPrint support. There's also a security update for Mac OS X 10.5.8.

Even the most Microsoft-ardent developer will know web hosts favour Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP over Windows, IIS, ASP.NET and SQL Server. Thanks to virtualisation the days of dual booting are over. Here is how to set up a streamlined LAMP development environment on any Windows PC.

Published in The Linux Distillery

Every geek and technology lover will undoubtedly have stumbled across online adverts for tiny headless Linux-powered devices that are barely larger than the power point they plug into. What can you actually do with them? Plenty, it seems!

Published in The Linux Distillery

Unlike Microsoft Windows, Linux has a deserved reputation as a bullet-proof operating system. To teach computer security a University lecturer has deliberately produced the most damn vulnerable Linux you'll ever see.

 

Published in The Linux Distillery
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