Another month of bumper cyber security news covering the Cloudbleed disaster and Google breaking of SHA1 along with an awesome "Linux Tip of the Month" with FreeDOS, showing how to use qemu to create a virtual machine to play you DOS based games!
Christmas is getting closer and we are running our customary Black Friday Specials! Hear all about it and our awesome "Linux Tip of the Month" using auditd, the access and monitoring subsystem of the Linux kernel, to log access to your computer's web cam! You know in case you worried about all those exploits out there.
Cry Havoc and let slip the dogs of war! As cyber espionage and information warfare hots up, even mercenaries are starting to add a cyber division to their land, sea and air options.
Did you miss us? Believe it or not its been three months or is it four?, since our last "monthly" newsletter and I have been threatened with punishment as befits a droid of my station if we don't get one out pronto by our PR overseers!
With the long weekend around the corner we would like to wish everyone a happy and safe Easter from Jumping Bean and let you know what we have been up to in March.
Cyber Security is in the news again. During February we saw a coordinated cyber attack, by an affiliate of the the hacker collective Anonymous, that targeted South African corporate's and individual's web sites, applications and networks.
Its been a great start to 2016 at Jumping Bean. Firstly we officially announce our partnership with The Linux Foundation to bring the The Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator and The Linux Foundation Certified Engineer certifications to Africa.
Well its back to work and time to tackle 2016 and to reflect on our plans for the year ahead. Don't let the opportunity to make some changes, set some goals and generally make improvements in your life slip you by!