Topic: openssh

SD Times news digest: OpenSSH in Windows 10, GitLab 10.4 and Apple’s ARKit 1.5

Microsoft has announced a beta release of the OpenSSH client and server for Windows 10 Insider builds and Windows Server. “SSH is one of the most important tools in the *NIX world, through which users communicate with shells, applications, and services running on remote machines, devices, VM’s and containers. Windows users most often remotely access Windows … continue reading

SD Times news digest: LoWPAN support for Android Things, JBoss EAP 7.1, and Xen Project Hypervisor 4.10

Google is releasing API support for configuring and managing Low-power Wireless Personal Area Network (LoWPAN) technology. This support will be available in the Android Things Developer Preview 6.1. LoWPAN technologies are designed for “peer-to-peer usage on constrained battery-powered devices,” according to the company. In addition, the preview will include networking support for the fault-tolerant, low-power … continue reading

Jenkins new Declarative Pipeline Syntax, Google’s Project Wycheproof, OpenSSH 7.4, and Microsoft’s MS MARCO dataset—SD Times news digest: December 20, 2016

Jenkins has announced the beta version of its new Declarative Pipeline Syntax. Currently Jenkins provides a Scripted Pipeline Syntax. The Declarative Pipeline is not meant to replace the Script Pipeline, but extend it so users don’t have to worry about scripting at every aspect during the pipeline, according to the Jenkins team. “Declarative Pipeline enables … continue reading

IBM discovers Android vulnerability, Windows 10 IoT core, and OpenSSH 7.0—SD Times news digest: Aug. 11, 2015

Researchers from IBM’s X-Fore Application Security team have discovered a new serialization vulnerability that affect more than 55% of Android phones. According to the researchers, the vulnerability could allow attacks to perform arbitrary code execution and gain access to a user’s device. The vulnerability is nestled within the Android platform, and it affects Android Jelly … continue reading

Android usage, ASF in 2014, OpenSSH 6.8, and the fiscal year 2016 budget—SD Times news digest: Feb. 3, 2015

Android Lollipop’s usage is slowly rising. Google just released its Android usage data, with Lollipop making its debut about three months since its public launch; the data showed about 1.6% of users are now using it. KitKat is still the most used version of Android with 39.7% of users, a slight increase from last month’s … continue reading

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