In an administrator’s quest to get stuff done, SELinux tends to get in the way. It is being perceived as a nuisance rather than a feature and this happens mostly for only one reason: setting correct SELinux labels requires the ability to figure out the appropriate SELinux security contexts. Here is how to do it.
In the age of cyber warfare, being paranoid is the only reasonable attitude and that means, among other things, being paranoid about software updates.
If you are running Linux kernel 3.6 or newer, anyone in the world on a network that allows IP spoofing can hijack your encrypted communications in less than a minute, with a success rate of 90%.
Here is how to fix it.
Over the years, Apple has dismissed some of their best technical talent. Today, it came back to bite them: the legendary electronic maker had to admit that they got hacked big-time, joining Seagate in this predicament. It made news all over the airwaves.