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Crusader Kings II for Linux Receives a Generous Patch

Crusader Kings II, a game that challenges the player to lead a country during the Dark Ages, has received a new important patch, bringing a ton of changes. Crusader Kings II might look like a turn-based strategy, but it’s in fact a real time strategy that can be posed. It shares some features with Europa Universalis, but for all intended ... Read More »

Telepathy-gabble Vulnerabilities Fixed in Ubuntu 13.04

On June 12, Canonical published details about telepathy-gabble vulnerabilities for its Ubuntu 13.04, Ubuntu 12.10, and Ubuntu 12.04 LTS operating systems. According to Canonical, several security issues were fixed in telepathy-gabble. For example, it has been discovered that telepathy-gabble incorrectly handled TLS when connecting to legacy jabber servers. If a remote attacker were able to perform a man-in-the-middle attack, this flaw could ... Read More »

Chromium to be default browser in Ubuntu 13.10?

Follow @LinuxUserMag Apparently the debate has been going on for a short while now, but Canonical are again opening the discussion on the Ubuntu mailing list whether or Firefox should be replaced with Chromium as the default browser in Ubuntu. The subject came up at the last virtual Ubuntu Developer Summit, however a decision was not made. Firefox has been ... Read More »

Great Little Radio Player Tunes In Simplicity

The Great Little Radio Player is a perfect example of how great things can come in small packages. This robust Internet radio station streamer does not burden system resources and packs a powerhouse of listening pleasure immediately after installing it. It’s so fine-tuned that it needs no configuring to use it, but you can still tweak a few pleasantries to ... Read More »