A new malware targeting Linux operating systems takes control of the computers it manages to infect through a backdoor. Security firm 360 Netlab has identified this Trojan, known as RotaJariko .
There are many blogs about technology. Highly exploited niches such as free software, or hardware components, security, electronics, etc. On the other hand, Architecnologia is a site somewhat different from the rest. It is not specialized in a single topic but covers different ones that are perhaps not so frequent on the web.
That is what makes this portal interesting, that touch that makes an ordinary blog become something unique. Obviously, this has its drawbacks since the topics discussed are perhaps not so popular, but it does serve as a home for all those users who are orphaned of information by not finding it elsewhere.
The AlmaLinux team has announced the availability of the first stable version of its operating system. It is a fork of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) that arises as an alternative to CentOS. As you may remember, a few months ago Red Hat announced that it would stop supporting CentOS and, since then, several distributions have started the race to position themselves as the option of choice for users. AlmaLinux is the first to announce a version ready for production environments.
After six months of work by 822 contributors who have incorporated 24,571 changes, the new GNOME 4 is now available. The developers have designed a version in which all its elements are simple and easy to use. They have created a manageable and intuitive environment with higher performance, designed to improve the user experience.
Linux is one of the most secure operating systems out there, but that doesn’t mean it’s free from attacks or vulnerabilities. Experts recommend always taking extreme precautions. Therefore, we leave you some tips to properly shield Linux servers in our post today.