The H Roundup
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Google’s desktop clients for a Drive use were found to give astonishing entrance to users’ Google accounts, a list of a 25 misfortune passwords of a year was published with some new gems, and a problem in CyanogenMod that caused it to record lockscreen appropriate gestures was found and fixed.
- Google Drive opens backdoor to Google accounts
- The 25 misfortune passwords of a year
- CyanogenMod logged lockscreen appropriate gestures
The Wayland compositor custom and a Weston anxiety doing reached their chronicle 1.0 milestone, a initial GNOME 3 desktop remix of Ubuntu Linux arrived for those who cite GNOME over Unity, and a open source GitHub counterpart GitLab got a 3.0 recover with a new web editor.
- Wayland’s 1.0 miracle fixes graphics protocol
- Ubuntu reduction Unity: A initial demeanour during Ubuntu GNOME Remix 12.10
- Open source GitHub counterpart GitLab reaches chronicle 3.0
An apparent ext4 information crime bug was patched, though incited out to be distant some-more enigmatic than creatively thought, Google was welcomed as a Eclipse Foundation’s newest vital member, and a Raspberry Pi mini-computer had a ARM graphics formula done accessible as open source. In a latest book of Hardware Hacks, The H took a demeanour during a Gertboard appendage for a Raspberry Pi, a ARM-based Arduino Due and a quadrocopter powered by open source.
- Stable Linux heart strike by ext4 information crime bug
- Google becomes vital member of a Eclipse Foundation
- Raspberry Pi opens a ARM graphics code
- Hardware Hacks: Gertboard, Arduino Due and a R10 Quadcopter
This week, Glyn Moody explained because he believes that Mozilla should engage itself in CryptoParties, and Jürgen Schmidt pounded a open source TrueCrypt hoop encryption apparatus regulating a tiny application called TCHead. The H also published a Community Calendar for November.
- Why Mozilla should join a CryptoParty
- Attacking TrueCrypt
- The H Community Calendar – Nov 2012
Open Source Releases
The Git chronicle control complement was updated to support accessing keyrings underneath Windows and GNOME, a key-value store database Redis combined Lua scripting support, Mono 3.0 arrived with a C# 5.0 compiler, and a 1.3 recover from a Yocto Project serve softened a embedded placement builder. A new Ubuntu-based chronicle of Puppy Linux built on 12.04 LTS was published, Cairo-Dock softened a Unity integration, and OpenNebula 3.8 softened hypervisor support.
- Git 1.8.0 can entrance Windows and GNOME keyrings
- Redis 2.6.0 expelled with Lua scripting support
- Mono 3.0 facilitates asynchronous programming
- Yocto Project 1.3 includes AutoBuilder
- Puppy Linux 5.4 “Precise” formed on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
- Cairo-Dock 3.1 with softened Unity integration
- OpenNebula 3.8 improves hypervisor support
- KDevelop 4.4 C++ IDE released
- First VirtualBox 4.2 refurbish has Linux 3.7 fixes
- Chinese students reconstruct LLVM core for Java developers
- Firefox beta introduces Social API with Facebook Messenger
- First GNOME 3.6 refurbish released
- Latest recover of systemd includes time-based record rotation
- WordPress for iOS adds Featured Image support
- Tine 2.0 groupware adds tellurian resources government module
- OpenCMIS Chemistry 0.8.0 now with Android client
- Proxmox VE works with KVM and OpenVZ containers
- CoffeeScript 1.4.0 released
- Beta of ROSA Desktop 2012 released
- Technology preview of Icinga 2 brings endless rewrite
- Exim mail servers receptive to DKIM attacks
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