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GNU Linux-Libre 5.13 Kernel Is Here for Those Who Seek 100% Freedom for Their PCs

Alexandre Oliva announced today the release of the GNU Linux-libre 5.13 kernel for those who want to use a 100% free version of Linux kernel 5.13 on their GNU/Linux computers. Based on the just released Linux kernel 5.13, the GNU Linux-libre 5.13 kernel is here …

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Canonical Patches Kernel Security Vulnerability in Ubuntu 20.10 and 20.04 LTS, Update Now

9to5Linux Canonical released today a new Linux kernel security update for its Ubuntu 20.10 (Groovy Gorilla) and Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa) systems to address a single security vulnerability. The vulnerability (CVE-2021-26708) was discovered by Alexander Popov as multiple race conditions in Linux kernel’s AF_VSOCK …

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Mozilla Firefox 85 Is Now Available for Download, This Is What’s New

9to5Linux The Mozilla Firefox 85 web browser is now available for download, ahead of its official unveiling on January 26th, for all supported platforms, including GNU/Linux, macOS, and Windows. Firefox 85 has been in development since mid-November 2020 when it entered the Nightly channel and …

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Tails Anonymous Linux OS Wants to Migrate to Wayland to Improve App Security

9to5Linux In 2021, the Tails anonymous Linux OS will continue to fight surveillance and censorship by planning to add various improvements and new features that will make the distro more secure and reliable. Powered by Debian GNU/Linux and the Tor anonymous communication technologies, Tails is …

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New Ubuntu Linux Kernel Security Updates Fix 14 Vulnerabilities, Patch Now

9to5Linux Canonical published today new Linux kernel security updates to address a total of 14 security vulnerabilities in all supported Ubuntu Linux releases. The new Ubuntu kernel patches fix several security issues discovered by various security researchers. Only for Ubuntu 20.10 (Groovy Gorilla) systems, it …

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