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Security: Shopify, Logitech, pwnedkeys.com and Common Passwords

  • How Shopify Avoided a Data Breach, Thanks to a Bug Bounty
    At KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA 2018, Shopify and Google detail a Kubernetes security incident reported by a bug bounty security researcher that was quickly remediated before any harm was done.
  • Logitech Options App Plagued By PID Exploit, Security Vulnerability Fixed With New Update
    Logitech Options is an app that controls all of Logitech’s mice and keyboards. It offers several different configurations like Changing function key shortcuts, Customizing mouse buttons, Adjusting point and scroll behavior and etc. This app contained a huge security flaw that was discovered by Tavis Ormandy who is a Google security researcher. It was found that Logitech Options was opening a WebSocket server on each individual computer Logitech Options was run on. This WebSocket server would open on port 10134 on which any website could connect and send several various commands which would be JSON-encoded.
  • pwnedkeys: who has the keys to *your* kingdom?
    I am extremely pleased to announce the public release of pwnedkeys.com – a database of compromised asymmetric encryption keys. I hope this will become the go-to resource for anyone interested in avoiding the re-use of known-insecure keys. If you have a need, or a desire, to check whether a key you’re using, or being asked to accept, is potentially in the hands of an adversary, I would encourage you to take a look.
  • “123456” Tops The List Of Worst Passwords For 5th Consecutive Year

RawTherapee 5.5 Released

  • RawTherapee 5.5 Released
    RawTherapee provides you with a selection of powerful tools with which you can practise the art of developing raw photos. Be sure to read RawPedia to understand how each tool works so that you may make the most of it. A great place to start is the "Getting Started" article. Click on "Main page" in the top-left corner when you have finished reading that article to see all other articles. If you find a problem, don't keep it to yourself. Find out how to write useful bug reports to get the problem fixed.
  • RawTherapee 5.5 Released - Open-Source RAW Image Editor
    Version 5.5 of the RawTherapee open-source RAW image editor that supports Linux, Windows, and macOS is now available for your photo editing needs.
  • RawTherapee 5.5 Released! How to Install it in Ubuntu
    RawTherapee RAW image editor released version 5.5 last night with exciting new features. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 18.10, Ubuntu 18.04.

Games: ATOM RPG, Humble Store, KURSK, Liftoff and More

Audiocasts: Open Source Security Podcast, Linux Action News and More

  • Open Source Security Podcast: Episode 127 - Walled gardens, appstores, and more
  • Episode 47 | This Week in Linux
    On this episode of This Week in Linux, we got a lot of application releases to talk about like Nextcloud, Firefox, Vivaldi, Kdenlive and more. We got an update for the Emby proprietary news we covered last week, there’s a fork. The kernel team are discussing the potential removal of the x32 Subarchitecture. There’s some possibilities that Intel could be Open-Sourcing the FSP and we’ll talk about what that could mean. Later in the show we’ll talk Security News related to a SQLite Bug, New Malware Families Discovered, Apple’s T2 Chip issues with Linux and yet another security hole found in Google+. Then we’ll round out the show with some Linux Gaming news including some great games on sale. All that and much more!
  • Linux Action News 84
    Intel developers are working to open source the FSP, Fuchsia SDK and device repos show up in Android AOSP, and our BSD buddies have some big news. Plus the pending removal of the x32 sub-architecture from Linux, why Uber is joining up with the Linux Foundation, and more.
  • It’s The Culture Stupid | Coder Radio 336
    Chris is back from his trip to Denver to tour System76’s factory, and what he discovered while he was there was the last thing he was expecting.
  • Episode 10: Hydrants and Sirens
    Katherine Druckman and Doc Searls talk to David Egts (@davidegts), Chief Technologist North America for the Public Sector at Red Hat (@redhatgov) about open source enthusiasm.