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LedgerSMB 1.4.28
A web-based, open source and free double-entry accounting system that runs on Linux and Windows systems

Seed7 2016-04-30
A versatile and powerful programming language for Linux and UNIX-like operating systems

Live Voyager 16.04
An Open Source Xubuntu based Linux operating system that features the Xfce desktop

GParted LiveCD 0.26.0-1
A Live CD Linux distribution built around the GParted hard/solid disk drive partitioning software

GhostBSD MATE 10.1 / 10.3 Alpha 1
MATE meets the FreeBSD operating system, available now as the GhostBSD MATE project

GIT 2.8.2
The world's most popular and fast version control system for Linux/UNIX systems.

LVM2 2.02.152
The only software that provides Logical Volume Management functionality on Linux systems

Nuvola Player 3.0.2
An Open Source project that provides users with an integrated cloud music player

PeaZip 6.0.1
An easy to use and Open Source file archiving utility for all Linux operating systems

BlackArch Linux 2016.04.28
Transform your normal Arch Linux operating system into a penetration testing distribution

ChaletOS 16.04
A free computer operating system based on Xubuntu, but with a Windows 7 look and feel

Sabayon Linux Minimal 16.05
An edition of the Sabayon Linux operating system with the Fluxbox window manager

Sabayon Linux SpinBase 16.05
An edition of the Sabayon Linux operating system designed for Linux experts and advanced users

Sabayon Linux Xfce 16.05
An edition of the Sabayon Linux operating system that features the Xfce desktop environment

Sabayon Linux KDE 16.05
A free edition of the Sabayon Linux operating system, featuring the KDE desktop environment

Sabayon Linux GNOME 16.05
A special edition of the Sabayon Linux operating system with the GNOME desktop environment

BIND 9.10.4
An open source implementation of the Domain Name System (DNS) protocols, a DNS server and resolver

GNOME 3.21.1
The popular and powerful GNOME desktop environment for Linux-based operating systems

Openbravo 3.0PR16Q1.1
An agile Enterprise Resource Planning business solution for small and medium sized companies

Xonotic Chaos-Esque Anthology 85
A special edition of the Xonotic first-person shooter (FPS) game, distributed as a Live DVD Linux distribution


Latest News.

Valve Fixes Steam Crypto Bug That Exposed Passwords in Plaintext
Valve updated the Steam gaming client to fix a severe security issue in the application's crypto package that under certain conditions would have allowed an attacker to view a user's password in plaintext if observing network traffic when the user was authenticating on the platform. Security researcher Nathaniel Theis (XMPPwocky) is the one that discovered the issue and also wrote an advanced technical write-up detailing the attack's steps. To understand the attack, users first need to know how Steam's cryptography works. Valve designed the Steam crypto module to keep data secret and to authenticate connections so nobody can pass as another user. Steam keeps data secret by encrypting all sensitive traffic with a session key. This session key is generated with an AES-256-CBC algorithm, encrypted with RSA-1024 plus a hardcoded public key, and then send to Stea...

User Loses $136,000 Because of Bitcoin Transaction Blunder
During the past week, followers of the Bitcoin landscape noticed an error on the Bitcoin blockchain where one user accidentally sent 291 BTC ($136,700) to a Bitcoin mining pool by accident. To understand what happened, users not familiar with how Bitcoin works need a simple intro. Whenever user A sends Bitcoin to user B, the transaction needs to be recorded in the Bitcoin blockchain, a shared unhackable database. Users send this transaction to Bitcoin mining pools, who for a fee, record and carry out the transaction in the Bitcoin blockchain. For each transaction, the fee is generally 0.0001 Bitcoin. Somebody mixed up his form fields As it appears from the details of transaction #409,008, one user has accidentally switched the two fields and has sent 0.0001 Bitcoin to the recipient, and 291.241  Bitcoin to the ...

Decrypter for Alpha Ransomware Lets Victims Recover Files for Free
A team of security researchers have discovered, analyzed and then cracked a new ransomware version known as Alpha Ransomware, spotted during the past week. The ransomware works in a strange way compared to other versions. When it infects a victim, Alpha will selectively encrypt files. On the system drive (usually, C:), it will only target 249 file types in the Desktop, My Pictures, and the Cookies folders. On other drives, it will encrypt all files except INI files. On shared folders it will encrypt all files it finds. Crooks asks for $400 in iTunes gift cards The ransomware uses AES-256 encryption to lock files, and then it appends each file's name with the .encrypted extension. After the encryption process ends, the ransomware adds a ransom note in text format in each folder where it encrypted files, changes the user's wallpaper (see image attached to article), and then deletes itself. According to the ransom note, the crook asks for $400 wor...

ES7 Support Will Arrive in Chrome 52, Currently Available in Chrome Canary
Google's engineers announced yesterday they've added support for almost all ES6 (ECMAScript) features in Google Chrome Canary and basic support for ES7, the upcoming iteration of the JavaScript language. As this version of Chrome Canary (Chrome's alpha release) moves through the Beta channel, ES6 and basic ES7 support will reach the main Chrome browser distribution in version 52. ES6, ECMAScript 6 or JavaScript 2015, was released in June 2015 and was the biggest update to the JavaScript language standard ever. Previously the standard did not receive any updates for a period of almost four years. When ES6 launched, the group of experts behind it announced new versions of the JavaScript standard ea...

Anonymous Ghost Squad Hackers Take Down Black Lives Matter Website
In a surprising turn of events, Ghost Squad Hackers, one of the Anonymous subdivisions carrying out DDoS attacks against KKK members has turned on its heels this past weekend and launched similar attacks against the Black Lives Matter movement as well. The attacks took place yesterday and the Black Lives Matter organization was forced to take down their website for most of the day. The website is up and running at the time of writing. The Black Lives Matter movement originated in the African-American community and started in 2013 after the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of African-American teen Trayvon Martin. The organization campaigns for the rights of black people and against racially motivated violence against black people in the US. On the other hand, Ghost Squad Hackers are one of Anonymous most active subdivisions being extremely involved in the #OpKKK movement. #OpK...

Gorgeous Live Voyager 16.04 Linux OS Comes Hot on the Heels of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
The team of developers behind the Live Voyager desktop-oriented operating system have announced today, May 1, 2016, the release and immediate availability for download of Voyager 16.04 LTS. Coming hot on the heels of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus), the Voyager 16.04 LTS GNU/Linux distribution is in fact based on the Xubuntu 16.04 LTS flavor, featuring a highly customized Xfce 4.12 desktop environment and a huge collection of open-source tools. Among those, we can mention Plank 0.11.1, Xfce Hot Corner 0.0.2, Xfdashboad 0.5.92, Kodi Media Center 16.1, Smtube 16.3.0, GIMP 2.8.16, Pitivi 0.95.1, Clementine 1.3.1, Covergloobus 1.7.3, RadioTray 0.7.3, ClamTk 5.20.1, Screenlets 0.1.6, Mozilla Firefox 46.0, Mozilla Thunderbird 38.7.2, LibreOffice 5.1, Corebird 1.1.1, and Xscreensaver 5.34. Powered by Linux kernel 4.4 LTS, the OS supports Intel Skylake CPUs

Ubuntu Online Summit for Ubuntu 16.10 (Yakkety Yak) Takes Place on May 3-5, 2016
Ubuntu developer and Canonical employee Daniel Holbach reminds the Ubuntu community that the next UOS (Ubuntu Online Summit) event starts first thing next week, on May 3-5, 2016. The forthcoming Ubuntu Online Summit conference is for Ubuntu 16.10, which has been dubbed by Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth as "Yakkety Yak," and whose development cycle already started with daily build ISOs seeded to testers last week. Ubuntu 16.10 will be launched later this year, on October 20, 2016. The Ubuntu Online Summit will take place next week, starting May 3, and it will end two days later, on May 5, 2016. Those who will attend the event, which is broadcasted live via Canonical's Ubuntu On Air website, should be able to ask Mark Shuttleworth various question about the future of Ubun...

BlackArch Linux Now Provides over 1,400 Penetration Testing Tools, New ISO Lands
The BlackArch Linux devs have been preparing this for months, but now it is finally here, the new ISO image of the Arch Linux-based operating system designed for hackers and security professionals. BlackArch 2016.04.28 is here today as a replacement for the previous ISO image, version 2016.01.10, released four months ago, and it adds more than 80 new tools that can be used for penetration testing and security auditing operations. "Today we released new BlackArch Linux ISOs along with the new installer. The new ISOs include over 1400 tools," reads the announcement. "We wish to thank all of BlackArch's users, mirrors, and supporters. Thanks for your help." Introducing the BlackArch Linux installer But that's not all that has been added in the new BlackArch Linux ISO, which also introduces the brand-new BlackArch Linux installer, which promises to help users install the GNU/Linux distribution much faster and easier than before. Just like Arch Linux...

A Much-Needed Revamp of the AppStore
Go ahead and look for an app in AppStore. You'll be amazed to notice that even if you type the exact name, you will get dozens of similar looking or similarly named apps. That is not helpful in any way and if you combined that to the fact that iTunes on the Mac is a bloated everything store you come to realize that something needs to change right away.  The good-old iPod times Apple is working on the AppStore on trial and error basis. Services like Ping (the Apple social network) and other stuff that was part of the iTunes app and the AppStore are long gone. However, Apple never really managed to have a clear vision for the way the distribute music, videos, apps and podcasts.  Back when the iPhone was not around, having a store just for music was simple and everything was working just fine. iPod users were purchasing their music using a computer and then transferring it on the iPod.  The iTunes app is still there on your computer, but the inter...

Google Files Patent Application for Intraocular Smart Lens
This past Thursday, Google filed a patent with the United States Patent and Trademark Office that describes a method of inserting a smart contact lens directly into your eyeball. According to the patent's description, the device is supposed to help the eye focus light onto the retina, but also includes components for external communication and data storage. Device insertion would require a medical procedure Based on the device's specifications, ...