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Just as I was checking out the <a href="http://www.fsdaily.com/">FSDaily</a> feeds for the past two days, I've ran into disturbing news about <a href="https://savannah.gnu.org/">Savannah</a> project being <a href="http://www.fsdaily.com/Community/Savannah_and_www_gnu_org_downtime">compromised</a>. For matters to be worse, what got compromised was the entire user credentials database, which means that whoever had managed to get ...

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A lot of tutorials and how-to guides can be found on the Internet regarding the creation of self-signed certificates, or even of your own certificate authority. While the tutorials are usually very good and pretty straightforward, for some reason they seem to leave out the instructions for actually deploying the CA certificates.

Although not all ...

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It's weird how sometimes you can be taken by surprise when not delving deep enough when administering some software package. This can be particularly nasty when it's related to the security of the system.

Some days ago I was rather surprised when one of the developers at the work reported that permission grants he was ...