Hopefully by now you understand the need to have a strong password for your computer login. Perhaps you selected your password when you first installed GNU/Linux and you’ve never changed it. Maybe you don’t even know how to change it. Today I’ll show you how to change your password from the command line.
There is a new version of the Koobface worm that can infect a Linux operating system. Jerome Segura over at Pareto Logic has a blog post showing how this worm can infect a user’s home directory in Ubuntu.
avast! 5.0 is a free antivirus program available for Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP. It is a fairly full featured virus scanner similar to AVG free. Some of its key features are: Silent/Gaming Mode Anti-rootkit protection Automatic updates Boot time scanning (32 bit only) Scheduled scanning Wake up for scan (wakes up Windows …
Today I was trying to debug why my Feedburner feed would not display properly in Google’s Chrome browser. What I discovered was that there was some code creating errors in my site’s original RSS feed. After a bit of searching on the offending code, I ran across a post on my hosting provider’s support forum.
Today, Microsoft released a new, free (free as in Free Beer) antivirus program called Microsoft Security Essentials. This new program is available for Windows XP 32-bit, Windows Vista and Windows 7 32-bit, and Windows Vista and Windows 7 64-bit operating systems.