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The Ultimate Hacking Tools Included in BackBox Linux 3.05

BackBox, a Linux distribution based on Ubuntu that has been developed to perform penetration tests and security assessments, is now at version 3.05. BackBox 3.05 is meant to be fast, easy to use, and to provide a minimal desktop environment. It benefits from its personal repositories and its hacking tools are always up to date to the latest and most ... Read More »

Google’s All Access Music Service Starts on the Right Note

Google has refreshed its music app. It’s a big deal, because Google has introduced custom radio and an a la carte music streaming service, All Access, for an introductory price that’s $2.00 cheaper than a la carte streaming leader Spotify. Fee-based Spotify, Rdio and now Google Play Music All Access are different from free streaming mobile apps like Pandora and ... Read More »

Antergos Review – Cinnarch no more

Follow @LinuxUserMag As one of the first, non-Mint distros to feature Cinnamon as its main desktop environment, Cinnarch was a very interesting product when it was first announced. Based on the great Arch Linux, Cinnarch offered a rock solid, rolling base with a lot of customisation features, and a selection of decent pre-installed desktop applications on top of the Cinnamon ... Read More »

WikiLeaks Donations Down to a Trickle

LinuxSecurity.com: As WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange approaches the one-year anniversary of his confinement in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, a report released Wednesday reveals that donations to the secret-spilling site have dwindled to a trickle. Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S4 already hacked

LinuxSecurity.com: The Samsung Galaxy S4 has been commercially available for about a month. In this time, 10 million devices have been sold – and at least one hack has been discovered. Security expert Dan Rosenberg identified a trivial design flaw in Samsung’s secure bootloader concept that allows arbitrary operating systems to be booted. Read More »