It seems that Librem 5 developers will now get sufficient time to ship their phone with GNOME 3.32. In a blog post, the project urged the app developers to “use libhandy 0.0.4 and up, use GTK+ 3.24.1 and up and target GNOME 3.32!”
Source: Linux Smartphone Librem 5 Will Ship With GNOME 3.32
Optus Cyber Security will wholly acquire Hivint to boost Trustwave’s cybersecurity capabilities across the Asia-Pacific region, Singtel has announced.
Source: Optus acquires cybersecurity company | ZDNet
The discovery shows that China continues to sabotage critical technology components bound for America.
Source: New Evidence of Hacked Supermicro Hardware Found in U.S. Telecom – Bloomberg
The company had previously said as many as 90 million accounts could have been compromised.
Source: Facebook hack: 29 million accounts were compromised – Vox
Is grey hat hacking ethical? A Russian-speaking grey hat recently broke into over 100,000 MikroTik routers to patch them. What should we make of this?
Source: A Mysterious Russian Grey Hat Vigilante has patched over 100,000 routers
In order for developers to hit the ground running on the Tron Mainnet, the Tron Foundation has seen it fit to provide them with an all-in-one tool suite to make their creative work much easier on the platform. DApp developers will be key in the Tron (TRX) Project becoming great as we move into the […]
Source: Tron (TRX) Launches All-In-One Tool Suite for Developers – Ethereum World News
In a move that protects Linux and supports developers, Microsoft announces plans to join the the Open Invention Network.
Source: Microsoft Open Sources 60,000 Patents to End Linux Patent Wars
MikroTik has released firmware patches for RouterOS, the operating system that ships with some of its routers. The patches fix a zero-day vulnerability exploited in the wild.
Source: MikroTik Patches Zero-Day Flaw Under Attack in Record Time