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  • Five Open-Source Projects AI Enthusiasts Might Want to Know About>
  • Mon, 10 Feb 2020 23:33:33 +0000

    Linux is arguably software developers? favorite OS. Over 14,000 contributors have invested countless hours in developing the Linux Kernel. With Linux becoming increasingly popular due to its security and flexibility, developers who are interested in artificial intelligence (AI) may want to explore the possibilities within the Linux environment.
  • Open-Source Security Projects: Choosing a Brandable .com Domain>
  • Tue, 04 Feb 2020 14:38:49 +0000

    LinuxSecurity would like to thank for contributing this article.The importance of an open-source security project name can?t be overstated. A name serves as a first impression. It?s your first chance to tell people who you are and what you do. An impactful name is the best way to convey your value and what you can offer to clients. So, when it comes to open source security projects, finding a name that shows you are capable, trustworthy, and secure can determine your reach and success.
  • Firefox 73.0.1 fixes crashes, blank web pages and DRM niggles>
  • Thu, 20 Feb 2020 13:33:19 +0000

    Firefox version 73 has only been out for a week but already Mozilla has had to update it to version 73.0.1 to fix a range of browser problems and crashes, including when running on Linux machines.
  • Lindsey Graham?s new bill would end the internet as we know it>
  • Thu, 20 Feb 2020 13:25:00 +0000

    If Sen. Lindsey Graham gets his way, the federal government will launch another attack on online privacy. The South Carolina Republican will ask lawmakers to give Attorney General William Barr and the Department of Justice unchecked access to all of your messaging, file-sharing, and video-sharing tools. That is bad news for just about everyone and a nightmare for those who value digital privacy.