Linux

Text Editor Security Risks

Text Editor Security Risks

Text Editor Plugins Can Leave Users Susceptible to Getting Hacked Whether you are a writer, developer, or designer, a good text editor will always help you save time and work more efficiently. For example, I often utilize Sublime whilst programming because it contains useful tools, such as syntax highlighting and autocomplete. These advanced text editors […]

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Why Linux is a better choice than Windows or macOS for security

Why Linux is a better choice than Windows or macOS for security

Enterprises invest a great deal of time, effort and cash to keep their systems secure. The most security-conscious may have a security operations center. They, in fact, use firewalls and anti-virus tools. They most likely spend copious amounts of time and manpower observing their networks, trying to find telltale anomalies that might indicate a breach. […]

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Python-Based Botnet Targets Linux Systems with Exposed Ports

Python-Based Botnet Targets Linux Systems with Exposed Ports

  Experts believe that a knowledgeable cybercrime group has created a botnet from compromised Linux-based systems and is using these servers and devices to mine Monero, a digital currency. Crooks are apparently using brute-force attacks against Linux systems that feature exposed SSH ports. If they guess the password, they use Python scripts insert a Monero […]

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