“A decade ago, Linux was seen as the more secure alternative to Windows environments, which suffered the lion’s share of attacks at the time, and companies increasingly adopted Linux as part of their security-hardening efforts,” the Akamai team said. “As the number of Linux environments has grown, the potential opportunity and rewards for criminals has also grown. Attackers will continue to evolve their tactics and tools and security professionals should continue to harden their Linux based systems accordingly.”
Time to learn about a new linux filesystem 🙂
You can now run Linux right within a window instead of having to switch back and forth between the two operating systems. Link to article.
François Beaufort, a Google employee, said this is possible through the downloadable Crouton extension for Chrome.
Cheat is an interactive cheat-sheet application released under GNU General Public License for Linux Command line users which serves the purpose of showing, use cases of a Linux command with all the options and their short yet understandable function.
There are really some good ideas baked into the OS. I like the ingenious use of gestures for getting around quickly in a phone OS. Between this and the Firefox OS, there really may be some interesting future contenders in the mobile OS market. http://rss.slashdot.org/~r/Slashdot/slashdot/~3/vbpByngreok/story01.htm