I haven't seen a Steam game count report for a while in here, so I thought I would post one.
The count stands at 2183 at the time of posting.
OSX stands at 3279 Windows stands at 8584
Linux is at 25% of the Windows catalog and 66% of the OSX catalog.
OSX is at 38% of the Windows catalog.
Is it only me or Linux is gaining on the OSX catalog?submitted by /u/soltesza
The main advantage of such tools is ease of use. The main limitation is that a tool is only as effective as its creators' list of vulnerabilities. Using a given tool implies that you trust the vendor to stay alert and on the job, noted King.
Developers have "a ton of other similar offerings out there," he said. By offering a free scanner, Black Duck can draw attention to its other products.
"If the new tool delivers what the company promises, it will help put the company in good stead with customer developers. Satisfied customers tend to be repeat customers," King said.
My linux knowledge is pretty basic, I had to take a couple linux classes for my degree (only up to associates so far), but they were more intro classes.
I have ISOs of a few linux distros (Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and Kali Linux -- which is going to be the last I get to, when I start studying security more in depth).
I've created a virtual machine with Ubuntu so far, but my problem with practicing is that, I don't have any real... objective. So I don't have any idea where to start tinkering.
(I set up a minecraft server and was able to connect to it and play on it, which exposed me to a couple things like installing Java, but obviously isn't anything super complex, or even intermediate).
Are there any sources I can go that have almost like a lab sheet, with objectives and goals? I think that'd be the best way to learn, having something to do and needing to know how to do it.
Thanks for any input!submitted by /u/drkperk
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