Graphically manage SSH keys with Seahorse
If you[he]#039[/he]re a Linux system administrator, you are probably familiar with using the Secure Shell (SSH) tool to securely connect to remote servers. You probably also know that SSH uses a public-private key pair to provide encryption. So, the first step in using SSH is to generate the key pair. You can also distribute your public key to remote servers so you can log into them without needing to type your password.
Brute force against SSH and FTP services: attacking and defending SSH and FTP
Bruteforce is among the oldest hacking techniques, it is also one of the simplest automated attacks requiring minimum knowledge and intervention by the attacker.
How to Try the New Adwaita Theme on Ubuntu 19.04
Want to try the new Adwaita theme in Ubuntu 19.04? If so, you’ll be pleased to hear that it is deliciously simple to sample it. Heck, you don’t even need to install the Adwaita theme […] This post, How to Try the New Adwaita Theme on Ubuntu 19.04 , was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu! .
DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 811
This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Alpine Linux 3.9.2News: Manjaro's ARM port now offered through the main project's website, Obarun releases S6 init tools, Ubuntu working on better ZFS support, Ubuntu Studio 18.04 gains longer term support, Sam Hartman becomes Debian's Project LeaderTips and tricks: Simple rsync examplesReleased....
Purism’s Librem 5 Progress in Videos
The Purism team is making a remarkable progress to deliver the Librem 5 phone. Nothing shows the progress we have been making quite as clearly as a demonstration of the Librem 5 status from the devkit itself – so let us take you through a handful of (short) videos showcasing the current possibilities and development […]