• Hand of Thief

    Hand of Thief is banking crimeware that targets Linux operating systems. The Hand of Thief uses a form grabber to steal IDs, passwords and other information pertaining to Internet banking.

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  • Malware Forensics Field Guide for Linux Systems: Digital Forensics Field Guides

    In this excerpt of Malware Forensics Field Guide for Linux Systems: Digital Forensics Field Guides, the authors explain how to discover and extract malware from a Linux system.

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  • Make Linux troubleshooting easier

    Sysadmins need to ensure their Linux servers perform properly. Check out these tips for choosing the right tool for the job, preventing rootkit attacks and more.

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  • How is your company debugging Bash from your systems? Or is Bash too widespread to fix at your company?

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  • Bash shell bug puts enterprises in more peril than Heartbleed

    Enterprises beware of the Bash shell bug -- experts are calling it the most dangerous security flaw of the decade. Also in Searchlight: restaurant chain Jimmy John's falls prey to a data breach; Apple sells 10 million new iPhones and counting.

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  • Linux VDI desktops are a niche in a niche

    Moving to Linux VDI desktops could save you from Windows licensing headaches, but there aren't many enterprise situations where virtual Linux setups fit. For the most part, Linux VMs only suit a small number of virtual desktop users.

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  • More Bash security flaws emerge; Yahoo says attack was not related

    Yahoo says a reported attack was not the result of a Shellshock exploit, but researchers have found new vulnerabilities in SSH key-management and network-attached storage systems.

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  • In Heartbleed’s wake, Bash shell flaw puts Linux, Mac OS users at risk

    Experts say a 20-year-old vulnerability uncovered in the Bash shell, found in Unix-based operating systems including Linux and Mac OS, could lead to a dangerous worm outbreak unlike anything seen in more than a decade.

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  • Five urban legends that scare a Linux beginner

    The Linux server platform is fundamentally open. Admins migrating from Unix will run into a lot of misinformation when they start out.

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  • Beware of unforeseen differences between Unix and Linux

    When it comes to migration, the differences between Unix and Linux matter most. Do you know the small and large changes to expect when you migrate?

    svanvugt840 pointsBadges:

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