How to Practice Linux Skills for Free

Colleagues and friends often ask me how they can learn or practice Linux when they only have Windows at work and a single family Windows computer at home, for free. That’s a good question, and there are a couple of different answers. Before we get to the free methods, I want to acknowledge that there […]
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Patch Bash Now, Shellshock Exploits Are Widespread

I was recently doing some work at a Major Financial Institution when I overheard two systems engineers comparing notes: “I have to install that Bash shell patch on my servers by the end of next month.” “Hah! My servers don’t have to have it until the end of the month after that! Guys, please. Patch […]
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The Shellshock Bug Hits Linux and the Internet of Things

  The security world came abuzz recently when a very serious bug was announced in the GNU Bash shell. It’s a bad one, easy to exploit and with serious results. The new trend is to give a significant bug a catchy name and logo, and this one quickly became known as Shellshock. Here is a […]
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