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Microsoft Windows 10 will get a full built-in Linux Kernel for WSL 2

Yes, you heard me right. Microsoft is taking another step forward to show its love for Linux and open source community by shipping a full Linux kernel in Windows 10 this summer. No, that doesn't mean Microsoft is making its Windows 10 a Linux distro, but the company will begin to ship an in-house custom built Linux kernel later this year starting with the

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Docker Hub Hack Affects 190K Accounts, with Concerning Consequences

Github and Bitbucket tokens for Docker autobuilds are also impacted. UPDATE Docker Hub has confirmed that it was hacked last week; with sensitive data from approximately 190,000 accounts potentially exposed. “On Thursday, April 25th, 2019, we discovered unauthorized access to a single Hub database storing a subset of non-financial user data,”

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2 Million IoT Devices Vulnerable to Complete Takeover

Millions of security cameras, baby monitors and “smart” doorbells are open to hijack – and no solution is currently available. Over 2 million IP security cameras, baby monitors and smart doorbells have serious vulnerabilities that could enable an attacker to hijack the devices and spy on their owners — and there’s currently no known patch

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High-Severity Bug Leaves Cisco TelePresence Gear Open to Attack

Cisco patches two high-severity bugs that could be exploited by remote attackers. Cisco Systems has patched two high-severity vulnerabilities that can be exploited by remote unauthenticated adversaries to launch denial of service attacks. Impacted are Cisco’s TelePresence Video Communication Server and the company’s ASA 5500-X Series

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