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Is DIGG going to be DUGG?

The massive community of the extremely popular social content site, DIGG, are up in arms about a recent ‘covering’ up of their content.
Many of you may know that there was a recent code leak that unlocks the playback of HD-DVD material for use on Linux Operating Systems.

Operating System Showdown - Ubuntu Vs. Vista

By Brian Briggs
For years many have predicted the death of Windows at the hands of Linux.
The latest challenge to Windows comes from Ubuntu. Since everyone has long made up their minds in which operating system to use, we compare these two operating systems on the features that don’t matter. Read on to find out if […]

Hackers turning more to the web

Malicious code rise driven by web
In the first quarter of 2007, security firm Sophos identified 23,864 threats, up from 9,450 on this time last year. In the same period the firm said it was identifying 5,000 web pages per day infected with so-called malware. The report was released during InfoSec, Europe’s largest conference […]

Web Developer Addon for Firefox

Couldn’t do without this tool, an absolutely necessity for modern Web Development. Seems to be updated quite regularly too, as it always works with new versions of FF (FireFox).
This extension adds a menu and a toolbar to the browser with various web developer tools.

An A-Z Index of the Bash command line for Linux.

A great list of the most used Bash commands in Linux, laid out in A-Z format.

CSR contains a key size that is less than 2048 bits

Most SSL providers are now issuing requirements of 2048 bit CSR’s, but some control panels have issues with providing more than 1024 bits without some modification.

Display mail log in CentOS Linux

Simple and quick way of showing the active mail log from SSH in Linux CentOS.
Specifically using Exim Mail.