Category Archives: Fedora Security Lab

What’s new in the Fedora Security Lab?

Unlike other security distributions is the Fedora Security Lab, speaking about the live media here, not standing alone. The Fedora Security Lab is a package set inside the Fedora Package Collection and a part of that package set is available …...

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Undercover mode for the Fedora Security Lab

Every time when there is a new release of Kali Linux it doesn’t take long till people start to ask when a feature or tool will be added to the Fedora Security Lab. This time the most asked feature is … Continue reading →...

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Fedora Security Lab

The Fedora Security Lab was released as part of the Fedora 30 Candidate Beta cycle. Grab it, test it and report back. This time we don’t want to miss the release because of some last minute changes....

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Fedora Security Lab 30

Grab it and test it....

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Fedora Security Lab 29

For the Fedora 29 release cycle will be no Fedora Security Lab. All composes were failing after the Beta thus we are not able to ship it for 29. It’s kind of frustrating that at a beta state changes can … Continue reading →...

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Flock 2017

Flock formally known as FUDCon was in the US this year. It was the second time for me to travel to another continent to do something Fedora-related. In Spring we went to India to attend nullcon and doing our own … Continue reading →...

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Another trip to India

Jörg Simon and I are planning another trip to India in 2017. First stop will be Nullcon at end beginning of March. My guess is that this time we will do the Audit+++ training together. Then we will stay for … Continue reading →...

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Fedora Security Lab 25

The Fedora Security Lab is available now. There are no major changes but all tools are up-to-date again. https://labs.fedoraproject.org/en/security/...

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Flock 2016

Flock 2016 is over for a couple of days now. We (Timea, Gerold, and I) arrived on Tuesday morning. August 1st is a national holiday in Switzerland which makes it hard to catch a flight with a low price. Even … Continue reading →...

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Fedora Security Lab 24

There is a new Fedora release…this means that there is also a new Fedora Security Lab....

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Fedora Security Lab Hackfest

There will be a Fedora Security Lab Hackfest at Flock 2016....

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Deutscher Artikel über das Fedora Security Lab

Es ist immer schön, wenn jemand etwas über die Arbeit von anderen schreibt. Bei Security Insider gibt es einen kurzen Artikel über das Fedora Security Lab mit dem Namen “Mit Fedora Security Lab das Netzwerk testen“...

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Fedora Security Spin

The next release of Fedora and the Fedora Security Lab (aka Security Spin) is just around the corner. Time for some testing…we would appreciate if you give the Security Lab a spin, perform the test cases, and report the result. … Continu...

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Happy Birthday Fedora Security Lab

Five years ago a bunch of guys started the Fedora Security Lab which was named Security Spin back then. Adam Miller initiated everything with the first commit. [crayon-5eff89346a48b661810213/] With Fedora 13 the Security Spin aka Security Lab became ...

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nmap GUI

There is the well-known zenmap GUI for nmap. But there is another one, Umit. This GUI has a little bit more icons… To give umit a try: [crayon-5eff89346b17a545503770/]  ...

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