Penetration testing is an effective tool for companies of all sizes, across the public and private sector, to assess the security of their critical resources. However, the primary mistake businesses make when it comes to penetration testing, is the assumption that all penetration tests are the same.
Linux users, the free lunch is over. Pennsylvania-based Open Source Security on Wednesday decided to stop making test patches of Grsecurity available for free.
The software, a set of powerful Linux kernel security enhancements, includes features such as support for role-based access controls and chroot restrictions that harden Linux implementations.
Two years ago, the Linux security outfit did the same for stable patches of Grsecurity.
For those sticking to stable Mesa releases, Mesa 17.0.5 is being prepped for release in the days ahead.
Raspberry WebKiosk 6.0 released
Raspberry WebKiosk 6.0 has been released today with a complete update of its underlying operating system, from Raspbian Wheezy to Raspbian Jessie Lite (a Debian Jessie derived OS for the Raspberry Pi microcomputer).
Raspberry WebKiosk is designed for the cheapest possible web kiosks and multi-user web workstations (think about using it in cafès, offices, schools, hotels, hospitals, libraries) with the Raspberry Pi base, where people can surf the web with a normal browser. It’s a port of the more powerful Instant WebKoisk system for PCs.
Best Linux Distros for Gaming in 2017
Gaming in Linux has evolved a lot in the past few years. Now, you have dozens of distros pre-optimized for gaming and gamers. We tested all of them and hand-picked the best. There are a few other articles and lists of this type out there, but they don’t really go into detail and they are pretty outdated. This is an up-to-date list with any info you’d need.