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Ubuntu Forums Hacked! Here Is What Hacker Stole?

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The forums of the most popular Linux distributions, Ubuntu, was hacked. The news was reported yesterday by Jane Silber on Ubuntu insights. Although he has confirmed that not any password was hacked in the plain text, rather hashed and salted strings which are of no use for the hacker. But, the hacker successfully downloaded other users' information.

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Bryan Lunduke and Matt Hartley – The Boys Are Back

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After some “going back and forth”, Bryan and I have decided it was high time we did a proper show together. Here are the details you need to know. Yes, it’s actually happening!

New show, baby! New weekly show!

I’ve teamed up with the ever-adorable +Matt Hartley to create a video-only show we call “Lunduke & Whatnot (with Matt)”.

A few things worth noting:

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