Spike Linux 1.0.2b Xfce Spike is an Open Source pentesting distribution based on Sabayon Linux. Actually, there is a repository that contains over 300 packages dedicated to pentesting. The Aim is to build an innovative and quick pentesting distribution based on the great work of Sabayon, why keep using debian for your quick&dirty pentestings session? Spike is a modern and easy to use Linux distribution based on Sabayon, hence on Gentoo, following an extreme, yet reliable, rolling release model.
The following quick tutorial will provide you with the information on how to configure LAMP ( Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP ) server on the Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus Linux. This guide consists of the three simple to follow steps: installation, database setup and testing.
In this article I will briefly explore the powerful “dig” utility. For anyone that hasn't used in the command in the past hopefully this insight into dig will give a useful overview of what its features can be used for. And, for those that have utilised dig in the past hopefully this article will be a reminder of its versatility and extensive functionality.
The BBC Micro:bit SBC, which has already been given out free to a million U.K. school kids, is now available for pre-order from several online resellers. BBC.com reported this morning that the tiny Micro:bit microcontroller board, which “is already being delivered, free, to one million Year 7 children in schools across the UK,” is now “going on sale to the general public.”
The open-source ownCloud storage project has had a tumultuous 2016 so far, with the public exit of founder Frank Karlitschek from ownCloud Inc on April 27. Today in what really does feel like a 'knee-jerk' reaction, ownCloud Inc announced the formation of an ownCloudownCloud Foundation.
The deal is not crucial to Red Hat though it does plan to "open source the code in the Red Hat way", according to a blog post from the vice president and general manager of middleware at the company, Mike Piech. The company also said that its GAAP operating expenses will increase by $7 million during the 2017 fiscal year.
Most cloud-native applications require there to be persistent storage somewhere. While one can assume that it’s provided through a service running somewhere else, a platform supporting the development of complete cloud applications needs to provide persistence mechanisms within that platform.
Ubuntu 16.10 Alpha 1 to Come Only in Ubuntu MATE, Ubuntu Kylin & Lubuntu Flavors
In only two days from the moment of writing this article, we will be able to get a very early taste of the upcoming Ubuntu 16.10 (Yakkety Yak) operating system, as the first Alpha build should be released, as planned, on June 30, 2016.
Lenovo and Red Hat advance partnership with telco push
Two Triangle tech titans are teaming up to create cloud solutions for the changing telco space: Lenovo and Red Hat.
It’s not their first collaboration, says Brian Connors, vice president of next generation IT and business development in Lenovo’s Research Triangle Park-based Data Center Group.
Red Hat even invested in Lenovo’s RTP executive briefing center, where its technology is currently “displayed prominently as customers come in."