It is often said that open source software is like a recipe. In this context, let’s discuss your grandmother’s favorite cookies. It’s quite possible your grandmother is known throughout the family as having the most famous chocolate chip cookies. Maybe she’s better known for her Pecan Sandies, or her Rich Tea Biscuits. Whichever is her
So, what happens when a core component of Mac, Linux and other Unix-based operating systems is found to be highly vulnerable and easily exploitable? Last week, we found out: On September 24th, the world was first introduced to a family of bugs in the Bash shell, being referred to both as ‘Shellshock’ and ‘Bashdoor’. Here’s
In a sudden turn of events, Microsoft has released a Security Advisory regarding vulnerability in some of its most common software versions. This security flaw can allow hackers to execute codes remotely by gaining full access to user’s computers.