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  1. Imagine is an open source image compression utility for Windows, macOS,and Linux If you take hundreds of photos or screenshots, and save on them on your computer's hard drive, its gonna get full sooner or later. To avoid this, you can save the images to a cloud service, move it to an external storage device, or just delete the ones you don't need anymore. Sometimes you may want to keep a bunch of pictures because they are irreplaceable, but their file size could be really large, especially if they are in a very high resolution. Imagine can help you recover
  2. How to fix the Firefox 89 user interface A new interface design, called Proton, will launch in Firefox 89, scheduled for a release on June 1, 2021. Mozilla wants to modernize the user interface of the Firefox web browser with Proton. Firefox 89 ships with address bar, toolbar, tab and menu changes. One common denominator is that everything will be a big larger in the new interface. Proton will remove some options from Firefox, or hide them. The Compact density option won't be displayed anymore on the "customize" page of the browser if it has not been used in the past. W
  3. Imperium is a stylish dual pane file manager for Windows and Linux Many dual-pane file managers that we have reviewed are in some ways, a clone of Total Commander. That's not exactly a bad thing, but there are other file managers out there, e.g. the Terminal-based file manager LF or ExplorerXP, that may work as well for you. Imperium is a dual pane file manager, sans the command bar / function bar. Well, technically there are three panels if you include the sidebar, which is sort of the help file, but it has other uses. For now, toggle the sidebar by clicki
  4. Edge for Linux is now available in the Beta channel A Linux version of Microsoft's Chromium-based Edge browser has long been in the works, with the Redmond company first teasing it at Build 2019 and officially announcing it later that year. However, it wasn't until October of last year that the Dev channel of the Edge Insider program debuted on Linux. Over six months later, it's now time for the Beta channel to make its way to Linux users, Microsoft announced today. Since its Linux debut back in October, Edge has gained some new capabilities, including the
  5. Linux Kernel Bug Opens Door to Wider Cyberattacks The information-disclosure flaw allows KASLR bypass and the discovery of additional, unpatched vulnerabilities in ARM devices. An information-disclosure security vulnerability has been discovered in the Linux kernel, which can be exploited to expose information in the kernel stack memory of vulnerable devices. Specifically, the bug (CVE-2020-28588) exists in the /proc/pid/syscall functionality of 32-bit ARM devices running Linux, according to Cisco Talos, which discovered the vul
  6. FlipFlip displays images as randomized slideshows with cool effects Slideshows are a nice way to browse image folders, especially ones which contain your favorite moments. It's not difficult to create a photo movie, a lot of image viewers come with one built-in. FlipFlip is an open source slideshow generation software that randomizes your image folders, web albums, and displays them with cool effects. The program has a modern interface with a bunch of options on the sidebar. Click the Hamburger menu button in the top left corner, to toggle the names of the
  7. Fedora 34 is ready for public consumption following beta The Fedora Project has announced the release of Fedora 34 following a little over a month of beta testing. Fedora 34 ships with the new GNOME 40 desktop which comes with a big overhaul of the GNOME interface compared to GNOME 3.38 (the previous version). Additionally, the default BTRFS file system comes with transparent compression enabled which should prolong the life of solid-state disks. Apart from the main Fedora Workstation (which is the version you’ll probably want), Fedora Server, Fedora IoT, a
  8. Linus Torvalds: Linux 5.12 is a small release but the next one is going to be bigger This latest update to the Linux kernel might be modest but includes some new features, and the next update is likely to be larger. Linus Torvalds announced the arrival of the Linux kernel 5.12 on Sunday, which he flagged as a small update – but one that will be followed by bigger changes in version 5.13. "Both the shortlog (appended) and the diffstat are absolutely tiny, and it's mainly just a random collection of small fixes in various areas," Torvalds noted. With Linux 5.1
  9. Linux bans University of Minnesota for sending buggy patches in the name of research Greg Kroah-Hartman, who is one of the head honchos of the Linux kernel development and maintenance team, has banned the University of Minnesota (UMN) from further contributing to the Linux Kernel. The University had apparently introduced questionable patches into the kernel of Linux. The UMN had worked on a research paper dubbed "On the Feasibility of Stealthily Introducing Vulnerabilities in Open-Source Software via Hypocrite Commits". Obviously, the "Open-Source
  10. Motrix is a cross-platform, open-source download manager for Windows, Linux and macOS Everyone has a favorite download manager. IDM has been my go-to choice for nearly a decade. But as an enthusiast, I test new ones from time-to-time. Motrix has been on my radar for a while, I gave it a fair shot. The program is cross-platform and open-source. Motrix has a dual-pane GUI and a sidebar, and the design is modern. The Tasks tab is the primary screen, it has three tabs of its own, for accessing ongoing, paused and completed downloads. To begin a new
  11. IBM creates a COBOL compiler – for Linux on x86 What’s this got to do with Big Blue's hybrid cloud obsession? Cloudifying COBOL ... until you repent and go back to z/OS IBM has announced a COBOL compiler for Linux on x86. News of the offering appeared in an announcement that states: "IBM COBOL for Linux on x86 1.1 brings IBM's COBOL compilation technologies and capabilities to the Linux on x86 environment," and describes it as "the latest addition to the IBM COBOL compiler family, which includes Enterprise COBOL for z/OS and COBOL for AIX." COBOL – the com
  12. Fedora 34 beta released with major GNOME desktop upgrade The Fedora Project has released the beta version of the upcoming Fedora 34. New ISO images are available for Fedora Workstation, Fedora Server, Fedora IoT, Fedora Spins, Fedora Labs, and Fedora for ARM. The biggest change users will notice is the inclusion of GNOME 40 in Fedora Workstation. GNOME 40 is the successor to GNOME 3.38 which shipped with Fedora 33 last year. It has been significantly rewritten and improves the overall experience of the GNOME shell overview. According to Fedora, the new GNOM
  13. 15-year-old Linux kernel bugs let attackers gain root privileges Three vulnerabilities found in the iSCSI subsystem of the Linux kernel could allow local attackers with basic user privileges to gain root privileges on unpatched Linux systems. These security bugs can only be exploited locally, which means that potential attackers will have to gain access to vulnerable devices by exploiting another vulnerability or using an alternative attack vector. The 15-year old Linux kernel bugs GRIMM researchers discovered the bugs 15 years after they were intr
  14. This problem usually occurs on computers running both Windows and Linux.This problem occurs when you use Windows' built-in formatting function to delete the Linux system installed on your disk(For details, please see the following figure).If you fit the picture then this article will help you. GNU GRUB (Grand Unified Bootloader "GRUB" for short) is a multi-operating system boot program from the GNU project.GRUB is an implementation of the Multiple Boot Specification, which allows users to have multiple operating systems on a computer at the same time and select which operating system t
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  16. Swifty is an open source and offline password manager for Windows, MacOS and Linux Many people are switching from LastPass, and looking for suitable alternatives. The popular choice seems to be Bitwarden, though I prefer an offline tool like KeePass. But those aren't the only options available, there are many open source programs to choose from. Swifty is an open source and offline password manager for Windows, MacOS and Linux. The best part about offline password managers is that you can start using them right away, without registering for an account.
  17. Torvalds warns the world: Don’t use the Linux 5.12-rc1 kernel Please, please don't use cowboy kernels in production—especially not this one! Enlarge / Penguins aren't all equally trustworthy. In a message to the Linux Kernel Mailing List yesterday, founding developer Linus Torvalds warned the world not to use the 5.12-rc1 kernel in his public git tree. Hey peeps - some of you may have already noticed that in my public git tree, the "v5.12-rc1" tag has magically been renamed to "v5.12-rc1-dontuse". It's still the same object, it still says "v5.12-r
  18. Proton Has Enabled 7000 Windows Games to Run on Linux We are reaching another milestone with ProtonDB: we are very close to 7000 Windows games confirmed to be working out of the box with Proton on Linux. The charts says it all: Proton has been receiving many updates in the past few months as well, with the introduction of the Soldier Linux runtime container and Proton Experimental on top of the regular Proton releases. We are still getting about 100 new titles working flawlessly (according to user reports) on a monthly basis, which is a very healthy a
  19. Capture your screen and save it as a MP4, GIF with Electron Screen Recorder Want to share a short video of your screen? Teach somebody how to use something? All you need is a quick way to capture the content, and Electron Screen Recorder can help you with that. The application's interface has just 4 options, and a large blank pane. Click on the phrase "Choose a video source". A menu will pop up with various capture modes. The first option "Entire Screen" captures the content on your current screen. When you select the option, you will see a live
  20. Google funds Linux maintainers to boost Linux kernel security Together with the Linux Foundation, Google announced today that they would fund two Linux kernel developers' efforts as full-time maintainers exclusively focused on improving Linux security. "While there are thousands of Linux kernel developers, all of whom take security into consideration as the due course of their work, this contribution from Google to underwrite two full-time Linux security maintainers signals the importance of security in the ongoing sustainability of open-source softw
  21. DuckStation is an excellent PlayStation 1 emulator for Windows, Linux, macOS and Android The PlayStation 1, Nintendo SNES, GBA, and DS are my favorite consoles of all-time because they have tons of RPGs. I remember playing WWF/WCW games, and many JRPGs on my old Windows 98 computer using ePSXe back in the 2000s. Emulation has come a long way since then; there have been many advancements, improvements and of course new emulators. DuckStation is a PSX emulator and a brilliant one at that. It comes with a QT-based GUI version and a no-GUI version.
  22. New Linux malware steals SSH credentials from supercomputers A new backdoor has been targeting supercomputers across the world, often stealing the credentials for secure network connections by using a trojanized version of the OpenSSH software. The malware is not widespread and appears to target mostly high-performance computers (HPC) and servers on academic and research networks. Multiplatform, high-profile targets Security researchers at cybersecurity company ESET discovered the malware and named it Kobalos, after the misbehaving creature in Gree
  23. Rocky Linux gets a parent company, with $4m Series A funding Money can't buy you love—but it can certainly help you start a new Linux distro. Enlarge / Ctrl IQ provided us with this diagram of its proposed technology stack. (Thankfully, spelling correction is not one of the core services Ctrl IQ offers.) Ctrl IQ Gregory Kurtzer, co-founder of the now-defunct CentOS Linux distribution, has founded a new startup company called Ctrl IQ which will serve in part as a sponsoring company for the upcoming Rocky Linux d
  24. Snes9x is an open source SNES emulator for Windows, macOS and Linux Looking for a way to play some good old SNES classics? Well, you can play them on your computer. All you need is a good emulator, like Snes9x, and a few ROMs, e.g. homebrew ROMs or ROMs of games that you own a copy of physically. It is a portable application, and comes in 32-bit and 64-bit versions. The interface is nice and simple, use the menubars to select various options. Click on File > Load game and select the game that you want to play. The emulator supports SFC files, but it can
  25. Linux malware uses open-source tool to evade detection Image: Moritz Kindler AT&T Alien Labs security researchers have discovered that the TeamTNT cybercrime group upgraded their Linux crypto-mining with open-source detection evasion capabilities. TeamTNT is mostly known for targeting and compromising Internet-exposed Docker instances for unauthorized Monero (XMR) mining. However, the group has also shifted tactics by updating its Linux cryptojacking malware named Black-T to also harvest user credentials from infected servers.
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