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Raspberry Pi Zero — The $5 Tiny Computer is Here

Get ready for a ThanksGiving celebration from the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Raspberry Pi, the charitable foundation behind the United Kingdom’s best-selling computer, has just unveiled its latest wonder – theRaspberry Pi Zero. Raspberry Pi Zero is a programmable computer that costs just $5 (or £4), may rank as the world’s …

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How To Become Ethical Hacker (Best 10 Steps)

Ahacker is basically someone who breaks into computer networks or standalone personal computer systems for the challenge of it or because they want to profit from their innatehacking capabilities. The hacker subculture that has developed among these new-age outlaws is often defined as the computer underground, although as of late …

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Linux Ransomware targeting Servers and Threatening Webmasters to Pay

Since past few years, Ransomware has emerged as one of the catastrophic malware programs that lets hacker encrypts all the contents of a victim’s hard drive or/and server and demands ransom (typically to be paid in Bitcoin) in exchange for a key to decrypt it. Until now cyber criminals were …

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This Secure Operating System Can Protect You Even if You Get Hacked

Hackers, Government Agencies and sophisticated malware, are collecting every piece of Digital data that we transmit through our Computers, Smartphones or Internet-enabled Gadgets. No matter how secure you think you might be, something malicious can always happen. Because, “With the right tools and Talent, a Computer is an open book.” …

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Getting Started With Linux: Part III (Command Line)

Once you’ve installed Linux, you can start doing your work right away. (To learn how to install Linux, read part 1 and part 2 of this getting started with Linux tutorial). Linux distributions available today are very much user-friendly and ship with necessary tools pre-installed. One should still learn some …

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Getting Started with Linux: Part II (Installation and more)

After downloading a desired Linux distribution, you can try it out using these methods: Install Linux virtually – If you already have a machine running Windows, Mac or another Linux distro, and you don’t want to remove or dual boot with that, install VirtualBox and run Linux on virtual system. …

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Getting Started With Linux : Part l (Choosing a Distribution)

    There are hundreds of Linux distributions to choose from. Each of them has their merits. Some of them have their separate package managers, desktop managers, repositories; some of them are derived from others, so they share some behaviorism. It is not possible to compare each other as each …

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New Botnet Hunts for Linux — Launching 20 DDoS Attacks/Day at 150Gbps

The distributed denial-of-service network, dubbed XOR DDoS Botnet, targets over 20 websites per day, according to an advisory published by content delivery firm Akamai Technologies. Over 90 percent of the XOR DDoS targets are located in Asia, and the most frequent targets are the gaming sector and educational institutions. XOR creator is supposed to …

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Microsoft Chooses Ubuntu Linux for their Cloud-based Azure HDInsight Big Data Solution

Earlier this month, Microsoft surprised us all with the announcement that they built a Linux kernel-based operating system, Azure Cloud Switch (ACS), for developing software products for Network Devices. Now, Microsoft just announced that they have selected Ubuntu as the operating system for their Cloud-based Big Data services. Yes, Microsoft needs Linux. To …

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Microsoft has Built its own Linux Operating System

Sit Tight on your seats, because you’re gonna get a Shock. Microsoft has developed an Operating System powered by LINUX. Close your mouth first. It’s True! Microsoft has built its own Linux-based operating system called Azure Cloud Switch (ACS) and believe me, under Satya Nadella, Microsoft has become more open than ever. …

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