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Security: Patches, Reproducible Builds, CrowdSec 1.0

  • Security updates for Thursday

    Security updates have been issued by CentOS (glibc, linux-firmware, perl, and qemu-kvm), Debian (dnsmasq), Fedora (netpbm), Mageia (firefox, messagelib, python and python3, ruby-nokogiri, and thunderbird), Oracle (kernel, perl, and qemu-kvm), Red Hat (flatpak), and SUSE (openvswitch and python-urllib3).

  • Reproducible Builds in January 2021

    Welcome to the report from the Reproducible Builds project for January 2021. In our reports we outline the most important things that have happened in the world of reproducible builds in the past month. If you are interested in contributing to the project, please visit our Contribute page on our website.

  • CrowdSec v.1.0 is out! - Security Automation based on behavior & reputation

    CrowdSec is (and will always remain) an open-source & free security solution able to analyze visitor behavior & provide an adapted response to all kinds of attacks. The solution also enables users to protect each other. Each time an IP is blocked, all community members are informed so they can also block it.