Linux Kernel

VirtualBox 6.1.20 Released With Linux Kernel 5.11 Support

VirtualBox 6.1.20 released: Yesterday, Oracle released VirtualBox 6.1.20 as the newest version of their open-source, cross-platform virtualization software that packs several new features and several enhancements. After three months of toiled work, VirtualBox 6.1.20 has finally been released. It supports...

Linux Torvalds Warns not to Use Linux 5.12 rc1

Linux Torvalds has published a warning to open-source developers to avoid the first Linux Kernel 5.12 release candidate (RC). Despite the snowstorms that lashed Texas and Portland and knocked out power to Torvalds' residence for more than six days, Linux...

First Linux Kernel 5.12 Release Candidate Is Now Generally Available

Today, Linux Torvalds published the first Linux Kernel 5.12 Release Candidate (RC). The Linux Release Candidate will be a landmark of the forthcoming Linux 5.12 kernel series. A few weeks ago merge window was opened with the release of the...

Linus Torvalds Declares First Linux Kernel 5.11 Release Candidate (RC)

Today, Linus Torvalds declared that the first release candidate of the Linux Kernel 5.11 series is now available for public testing. It's been just two weeks since the release of Linux Kernel 5.10 LTS (Long-Term Support) and as the merge...

PGMiner: Cryptocurrency Mining Botnet Found in PostgreSQL Databases

Security researchers at Palo Alto Network's Unit 42 declared that they have found this week 'PGMiner', a cryptocurrency mining botnet that targets PostgreSQL databases running on Linux. PGMiner, the botnet is yet another cybercrime operation that is designed to target weak PostgreSQL...

Major Linux Kernel Update Released to Fix 14 Vulnerabilities

Recently, Canonical released a major Linux kernel update to fix 14 security vulnerabilities discovered by several security researchers. The latest kernel update brings in fixes for several vulnerabilities that affect Ubuntu 20.10, Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, and Ubuntu 18.04 LTS...

Linux Kernel 5.8 Reaches EOL, Users Advised to Upgrade to Linux 5.9 Series

Today, Linux Kernel 5.8 series has reached the end of life (EOL). Through the 5.8.18 point release declared earlier by famous kernel maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman. Linux 5.8 Kernel series release on August 2nd, 2020, was regarded as one of the...

Oracle Linux 7.9 Update: Oracle Releases Oracle Linux 7.9

Oracle declared the global release of Oracle Linux 7.9, including UEK Release 6 as the default kernel. Oracle declared the release of  Oracle Linux update 7 version 9. The newest version incorporates Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 6 as the default...

ImunifySecurity released new beta version of Imunify360

ImunifySecurity declared that the latest beta version of Imunify360 version 4.9 consists of several new features. Beginning from version 4.9, Imunify360 presently supports CentOS 8 with DirectAdmin, CentOS 8 as stand-alone, CentOS 8 with Plesk, CloudLinux OS 8 with...

Linux Kernel 5.7 is now available

Linux Torvalds declared that Linux 5.7 is now ready for download in an email shared in the Linux Kernel Mailing List. He additionally replied that there are a set of modifications in the newest release and he also remarked that...
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Google Chrome will not support Manifest V2 extensions in 2023

Google has announced the phase-out timeline for Manifest V2 Chrome extensions and the plans to bring Manifest V3 to...
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