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This article shows how to install and configure mod_security. mod_security is an Apache module (for Apache 1 and 2) that provides intrusion detection and prevention for web applications. It aims at shielding web applications from known and unknown attacks, such as SQL injection attacks, cross-site scripting, path traversal attacks, etc.
Yesterday, James Troup (one of the core Debian developers and sysadmins) and others found out that one of the project’s machines was compromised.
One of Morocco's first government departments to start the move to free software has chosen to switch its servers to Mandriva Linux and is looking at switching desktops to Linux in the near future in a move that could save them as much as 80% of their acquisition and support costs.
In my work I'm expected to be on a Unix system 80% of the time, yet I also need to use office applications, a Windows-only VPN client, and some Windows-based asset management tools. That leaves me with little choice but to use a tool to connect a Windows client to a remote Unix desktop. I could use a terminal emulator or connect via a VNC server, but I've found that Cygwin, a Windows port of many GNU/Linux tools, is the best way for me to bridge the gap.
We think it's more of a tweak than a revolution
Freedom Partners is a network of car dealerships in Vermont. Freedom IT director Chip Kaupp doesn't know one Linux distribution from another, but he doesn't need to. Freedom Partners' Web sites and its company intranet run on the Nitix server appliance.
Nitix is a custom variation of Linux that includes Web, email, printing, security, and backup utilities, which is administered through a browser-based GUI. It comes in an easy-to-install package, or preinstalled on its own server hardware.
The Free Software Foundation Europe has issued a statement welcoming the decision of the European Commission to fine Microsoft as a penalty for noncompliance. As you know, the Free Software Foundation Europe was invited by the European Commission to represent the interests of the Free Software movement in the case.
FSFE raises some arguments in its statement that I hadn't heard before, so I thought I should present them here to complete the picture. This is, after all, history we are living, and the explanation for Microsoft's alleged inability to comply earlier is intriguing. Also, it's important to remember who it was that did not quit and leave the field.
[Emphasis mine. -- grouch]
I asked before about success stories of schools using Open Source Software. Here's a few examples with dollars attached.
[I am studying to become a Teacher, its nice to see at least a few success stories. - Scott]
Today, Croatian goverment specified how to handle open source in government offices, ministries and agencies. Document is called Open source policy and it gives good push to open source implementation in government bodies. You can read press release
or document itself
(it's on Croatian, but you can use free online translator
to read). It's big day for Croatian LUG
and all open source advocates in Croatia!
Jive Software, provider of easy-to-use, open-architecture, enterprise collaboration software, announced the availability of Wildfire 3.0 Enterprise and Open Source Editions.
Over the past few days, several release candidate builds of Mozilla Firefox 2.0 Beta 1 have been posted to the bonecho-beta1-candidates directory on http://ftp.mozilla.org.
However, contrary to the indications given by some news outlets, Firefox 2.0 Beta 1 has not yet been released.
Red Flag Desktop Linux is the leading distribution in China and surrounding regions. Its goal is to provide the most professional desktop product available. It has more than an 80% desktop share in the Chinese linux market, and over one million copies are shipped each year with KDE as its only desktop environment.
Firefox has become quite a popular browser, quickly eclipsing its older brother Mozilla and gaining a 10 percent market share on the web. There is much anticipation for version 2.0, and the Mozilla organization has released a candidate for Beta 1 on their FTP site. Versions are available for Windows, Mac OS X (Universal Binary), and Linux.
Microtronix is shipping a line of processor modules based on FPGAs (field-programmable gate arrays), and targeting real-time embedded applications. The 2-inch-square Firefly II modules are powered by Altera Cyclone II FPGAs, have onboard RAM/Flash, and are available with NIOS II softcores, uClinux, and open source toolchains, Microtronix says.
Small businesses can benefit from switching to open source, says Danny Bradbury - just be careful which applications you choose to move.
They have finally arrived: the first mobile computers with dual core, 64 bit CPUs.
New website dedicated to Perl to bring together a community of Perl users to one location for all your Perl needs.
Actuate 9 is a pivotal release for a company that continues to plot a best-of-breed course in a rapidly consolidating BI marketscape.
[Can somebody help me with the marketspeak? Is this dual-licensing or a binary product extending an open one? -- grouch]
Stanford Medical Informatics is going to host the ninth international conference on the Protege system at Stanford University, Stanford, California, between 23 and 26 July 2006. The Protege system is an open-source software platform that is increasingly being used to organise knowledge online and to develop complex computer systems that address problems ranging from cancer research to troubleshooting automotive assembly lines.
Today, July 11, is the day Microsoft is ending all support for Windows 98, 98SE, and ME. And, when they say ending all support, they mean ending all support: "Microsoft will end public and technical support by this date. This also includes security updates."
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