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The BGP protocol runs over TCP, and as such, it inherits all the vulnerabilities of a TCP connection. For example, within a BGP session, an attacker may impersonate a legitimate BGP neighbor, and convince the BGP routers on the other end to share their routing information with the attacker. The problem occurs when the attacker […]Continue reading...The post How to secure BGP sessions using authentication on Quagga appeared first on Xmodulo.Related FAQs:How to enable user authentication for a Postfix SMTP server with SASL How to set up Samba as a Primary Domain Controller How to filter BGP routes in Quagga BGP router How to set up IPv6 BGP peering and filtering in Quagga BGP router How to set up a secure FTP service with vsftpd on Linux
The Manjaro development team, through Philip Müller, was proud to announce recently that the upcoming Manjaro Linux 0.8.13 operating system will ditch the regular Calamares installer in favor of the another one called Thus, which will boasts a wide range of improvements.
The next incremental update of LXLE has been released, ticking it up to 14.04.2 along with the last 32-bit version of LXLE ever, which is based on 12.04.5. The 32-bit closely mirrors the changes to the latest 64-bit edition of the OS. As announced in our beta release LXLE now sports a highly customized version of the SeaMonkey Internet Suite. A fairly lengthy article was written on why this decision was made and that it wasn't something taken lightly. To add to that the other underlying reason was we wanted the distribution to showcase an excellent community driven browser to help spur support and perhaps encourage developers to join the project and lend a hand to the overworked small team of Mozilla volunteers still moving forward with Netscape's original suite idea.
What I found when I searched around was that there did not appear to be a concise guide for what exactly you need to do to load Sailfish OS up on the Nexus 4. Today's post is going to be a “quick and dirty” of how to take a Nexus 4 in any state and get it to a functional boot of Sailfish OS.
HTTP-encapsulated tunnels are useful when you want to use games, IM clients, or P2P sharing applications across restrictive firewalls or proxies which tend to block pretty much everything except well known traffic such as HTTP traffic.
MakuluLinux Unity now sports a fully operational bottom panel, this panel includes a classic menu, window list, update notifications and a clock. It acts and functions just like a normal bottom panel, and it makes use of a multi mode system. When not needed it will auto-hide itself, when in fullscreen mode it will reserve panel space.
This guide shows you how to install openSUSE using a mixture of images and text. The guide includes sections for creating a USB drive, working your way around the confusing partitioning process and setting up the bootloader
The next incremental update of LXLE has been released, ticking it up to 14.04.2 along with the last 32bit version of LXLE ever, which is based on 12.04.5. The 32bit closely mirrors the changes to the latest 64bit edition of the OS. As announced in our beta release LXLE now sports a highly customized version of the SeaMonkey Internet Suite.
This is the largest set of group tests available identifying the best software that is available to download. The collection includes more than 220 different group tests, with comprehensive sections on internet, graphics, games, programming, science, office, utilities, and more. Almost all of the software is released under a freely distributable license.
As the popularity of Google's Android mobile operating system has grown over the years, so too have the security threats against it—that is, until 2014, according to Google's Android Security State of the Union 2014 report. Although Google has made significant strides in improving security, the reality is that Android users still face a number of non-trivial challenges and well-known security risks.
Redmond is getting rid of the Do Not Track (DNT) browser privacy setting, citing evolving industry standards and the implementation of those standards. DNT will no longer be turned on by default in future versions of Microsoft's browsers, the company said.
While there’s no download link or an official announcement, the release notes of the upcoming Mono 4.0.0 framework have been published recently on the project’s website, and we have to admit that the changes are quite impressive, despite the fact that Mono is no longer a popular project on the open-source community.
"It's a new Microsoft," engineer and Technical Fellow Mark Russinovich tells attendees at an open-source conference. Still, an open-source Windows shouldn't be expected anytime soon
PoliArch 15.04 has been released.
OSMC turns a Raspberry Pi 2 into an impressive media centre. While it has much to offer, OpenELEC is likely to be a better choice for most users.
System76 is specialized in selling laptops & desktops with Ubuntu Linux pre-installed. Their latest offer is the 14-inch Lemur laptop. The Lemur laptop features a 14 inch display and an Intel Core i3 Broadwell CPU.
After half of year of development, Ken Mays has announced earlier this week the availability of a new OpenIndiana release, 2015.03, dubbed Hipster. OpenIndiana is the continuation of the OpenSolaris operating system, and this new release introduces several updated packages, an alternative desktop environment, and various under-the-hood improvements.
How could I have missed ONLYOFFICE? If not for a How to Forge article on installing it, I would have never known that it existed as a hosted alternative to Google Docs/Spreadsheets or that you can self-host the software, though I’m not sure how functional the roll-your-own version is at this point.
The Asus Zenbook UX305 is a thin and light laptop ... but what if you’d rather run Ubuntu? The good news is that Ubuntu 15.04 64-bit works whether you disable secure boot or not. All you need to do is prepare a flash drive, insert it, reboot the computer, and hit the Esc key during boot to bring up the boot options menu.
NAB Show presentation “Ubuntu — Radio Ready” describes RFA’s adoption of Linux, which began with system administrators and spread much further. Today, the RFA studios and broadcast network are powered by Ubuntu and Ubuntu Studio.