Debian celebrated 24th anniversary. Raspbian came out in the new version. Intel announced new series of processors. This is the main news of the past week.
Debian celebrates 24 years
It has been 24 years since this boy was born. He was so small at that time, he did not know much, but he grew up and became the king. Debian celebrated its 24th birthday. During these years, he was working on the current ninth edition, and in the near future we will see hits tenth version called Buster. So, happy birthday to you! More information
A raspbian based on Stretch went out
And we are going to stay by debian for a while. From the ninth series of Debian, called Debian Stretch, comes a new raspbian version of the Raspberry Pi for single computer, which is released right now. It includes Core 4.9 with the fixed Broadpwn, Chromium version 60 and with bluetooth audio as well. More information
Intel announced Ice Lake
Do you want more lakes? Yes? Here you are. Intel has announced works on another 10n series of processors that will be labeled as Ice Lake. This serie will be released after Cannon Lake, on which we have to wait for a while. Such announcement is not very common, but Intel probably attacks processor market and proves, that it has more to offer. More information
Important security vulnerabilities
Doctors, watch out on Siemens!
Siemens has reported critical vulnerability in several of its medical devices. This allows to compromise the code by the remote attacker. However, what can happen to patients is not written anywhere. More information
Extension of Chrome has a problem
A total of six extensions for Google Chrome, which are used by more than 4.8 million users, have been compromised. These are Chrometana, Infinity New Tab, Web Paint, Social Fixer, TouchVPN and Betternet VPN. More information
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Author: Jirka Dvořák