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Nuvola Player 2.1 released and installation instructions included

Nuvola Player runs a web interface of cloud music services in its own window and provides integration with a Linux desktop (multimedia keys, system tray, media player applets, dock menu, notifications and more). (…)Read the rest of Nuvola Player 2.1 released and installation instructions included (156 words) © ruchi for Ubuntu Geek, 2013. | Permalink | No comment | Add ... Read More »

Monitoring Software Zabbix 2.1.3 Is Available for Testing

Zabbix 2.1.3, an enterprise-class open source distributed monitoring solution, released under the GPL (free of charge for both commercial and non-commercial use), is now out and ready for testing. The Zabbix monitoring solution has been separated into multiple branches and this latest issue is yet another testing one, featuring multiple changes and improvements. Zabbix 2.1.3 features the support of loadable ... Read More »

Filter and Monitor Internet Activity with NxFilter 1.5.3

NxFilter, a freeware DNS filtering software that can be used to filter and monitor Internet activity in a network, is now at version 1.5.3. The NxFilter 1.5.3 tool is also capable of detecting and blocking malware, and botnet based on DNS packet inspection. The application also used the local DNS cache to accelerate the Internet speed, load-balancing, Active Directory integration, ... Read More »

Gstreamer 1.0.10 Officially Released, Features Improvements for Microsoft Smooth Streaming

GStreamer, a development framework for creating applications such as media players, video editors, and so on, has finally reached version 1.0.10. The GStreamer project has announced that a new API and ABI-stable 1.x series, which makes up the GStreamer multimedia framework, has been released. Unlike the previous update, the 1.0.10 version comes with a hefty changelog, new features and a ... Read More »

Three types of DNS attacks and how to deal with them

LinuxSecurity.com: The Syrian Electronic Army, a pro-Assad hacking group, altered the DNS records used by the New York Times, Twitter, and the Huffington Post. The changes forced one site offline and caused problems for the others. Here are three ways such attacks happen, and how they can be mitigated Read More »