Alpine Linux 2.7.6 released

The Alpine Linux project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 2.7.6 of its Alpine Linux operating system. This is a bugfix release which is based on the 3.10.37 kernel which contains various security fixes. Download: http://al...

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Fedora Security Test bench now with MCIR

Under the hood of the MCIR (Magical Code Injection Rainbow) framework are several tools collected: SQLol let you to exploit SQL injection flaws. XMLmao contains XML/XPath injection flaws. ShelLOL allows you to exploit shell command injection flaws. X...

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Heartbleed and the Fedora Security Lab Test bench

The Heartbleed bug will be around for next couple of months. As usual not all people pay much attention and update their systems. First I was thinking about to use an old openssl package for the Fedora Security Test Bench … Continue reading &r...

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nmap and Heartbleed

It didn’t take long for most tools to pick-up the possibility to detect the Heartbleed OpenSSL bug. For nmap the needed elements are in the VCS. [crayon-5358b8612ea2f039428248/] Run nmap with the script [crayon-5358b8612ea52055891520/] And you ...

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Chemnitzer Linux Tage 2014

What to tell about the CLT 2014? Well, this is an event that is repeating itself. Why that? The event is continuously attracting people. Some years there are more visitors, this year,  from my point of view, there were less … Continue reading...

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Switching to musl

The Alpine Linux project is switching the builders to musl libc for edge (development branch). On Monday (2014-04-07) they will disable the uclibc edge build servers and make their musl build servers upload the packages to main/edge. This means that ...

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Scherze

Mal schauen, was den Leuten so zum 1. April einfallen wird...

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CLT 2014

So ist nun auch der CLT 2014 Geschichte…fast hätten wir noch ein Fedora-Banner hängen gelassen. Da wir es jedes Jahr an der gleichen Stelle aufhängen, war die Gedanken so auf die Rückreise fixiert, dass wohl die Erinnerungen des Abhängen v...

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Menu of the Fedora Security Lab

It seems that your menu for the Fedora Security Lab is a bit out-dated. Joerg pointed out that various commands should be check for the parameters. If you find such a command, please add a comment to this ticket: https://fedorahosted.org/security-spi...

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Alpine Linux 2.7.5 released

The Alpine Linux project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 2.7.5 of its Alpine Linux operating system. This is a bugfix release which is based on the 3.10.33 kernel which contains various security fixes. Download: http://al...

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Webinterface for switchable current bar

There is a nice tutorial from Matt Richardson about using Flask with an Raspberry Pi for controlling the GIO. I never used Flask before but I was able to create a nice webpage with some help of flask-bootstrap and flask-AppConfig. … Continue r...

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Chemnitz Linux Days 2014

The Chemnitz Linux Days is a mid-size conference in the eastern part of Germany. The event is organized by the IN Chemnitz, the CLUG, and the Faculty of Computer Science of the Chemnitz University of Technology and many volunteers. The … Conti...

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Network speed

That’s a nice speed… It’s a shame but my hardware is really not capable for that kind of speed. Combined with a low power consumption this is everybody’s dream...

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I2C and Raspberry Pi

On the ArchLinux version for the Raspberry Pi it seems that the I2C tools are missing. Scan I2C [crayon-5358b86134ad0259193553/]  ...

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Controlled current bar

I really like my switchable cable wip but it’s only working with a controller (in my case an arduino) and a additional computer. It would be much more fun if the whole “thing” is one unit. Seems to be a … Continue reading &ra...

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