Practical Steps Toward Compliance With OpenSCAP

In this blog I described some of the logical problems with vulnerability scanners. False positive and false negative errors. Additionally, the worry that problems exist but our tool hasn’t even tried looking for them. Let’s try to make this practical! I’m working on a consulting job as a sub-sub-contractor on a U.S. Department of Defense […]
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Cut the Cable with Kodi

Playing Media with Kodi Kodi is a free, open-source media player. You can stream content from the Internet, and play your DVDs and media files. Kodi has been around for a while, but it was originally called XBMC or Xbox Media Center. You may see some references to XBMC, but Kodi is the current name. […]
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Linux Virtualization Part 4: Manage, Monitor, and Control Your Virtual Machines with libvirt

I’ve been writing the last two weeks about Linux virtualization, including how to use Containers and Docker and how to virtualize multiple operating systems on different architectures. We can do many powerful things, but you may be getting worried — how hard is it to control all these widely varying virtualization technologies? There’s good news: […]
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