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eWEEK: Finding bugs isn't an act of charity; it's a time-consuming process that researchers should be rewarded for.
LinuxJournal: For those of you who aren't acquainted with it, Mutt is a command-line mail client (some would say Mail User Agent or MUA) that is highly configurable and uses vi key bindings that so many of us know and love.
TechCrunch: The kits cost $99 (plus shipping) to crowdfunder backers, or around $160 (plus shipping) if pre-ordered on the Kano website.
Linux.com: Most all modern Linux systems go a long way to help you avoid cluttered folders.
eWEEK: By getting all the major cloud providers fixed before the flaw was publicly disclosed, the Xen Project likely saved the IT world from a major security nightmare.
eSecurityPlanet: An open source tool can mitigate risks associated with Bash shell attack.
Nixcraft: It is a little known fact that you can use the TOTP algorithm to secure your user accounts in Linux systems.
The VAR Guy: StackEngine, which says it is building solutions for automating the deployment and maintenance of container-based virtual apps such as Docker's, has announced seed funding.
LinuxGizmos: ITTIA has added bidirectional sync to ITTIA DB SQL for Android