Code Analysis: Look for gaps in your code that could make you vulnerable to attack.
Dr. Portscan: Bring order and sense to automated port scans.
Nmap Workshop: Seal your perimeter with a powerful tool that thinks like an intruder.
Also in this issue:
Table of Contents
Comment: The Desktop Strikes Back
On the DVD: Mageia 3 + Linux Mint Debian 201303 (LMDE)
- Microsoft warns of perpetual XP zero day vulnerability.
- Phased Ubuntu 13.04 updates.
- US$ 99 parallel open hardware boards.
Scalpel: Carve out files you thought were lost on your hard drive.
StressLinux: Diagnose hardware problems before they cripple your computer.
SmartPM: Smart Package Manager tackles multiple repository formats.
Charly: Whowatch et al: Hunt down attackers stalking your server farm by looking for strange behaviors.
Security Lessons: Processing Data: Powerful tools to help you find dangerous data.
Perl: Analyzing Log Data. Getting more out of Splunk.Ask Klaus! SSL encryption and signature compilation.
Tool Tips: Six Linux tools reviewed
Handcrafted Keyboards: One company brings beauty and whimsy to the humdrum PC.
Workspace: Photocrumbs: Build your own instant photosharing system.
writer2ePub: This Libre/OpenOffice plugin creates ePub documents.
Onion Pi: A Raspberry Pi external proxy server.
Command Line: dpkg-reconfigure: Reconfigure or recover an entire Linux installation.
Mindmapping with VYM: View Your Mind helps you structure your thoughts and ideas.
Post-PRISM Privacy: Take control of your privacy with open source telephony tools.
We show you how to get started with FreeSWITCH and WebRTC.
Doghouse: Privacy Matters: Why encryption is important, starting with PGP and GPG.
Kernel News: Courtesy, manners, politeness, or political correctness? The kernel world tries to draw some lines.
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