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Enhance email server security against hacking using a VPN on CentOS/RHEL
Dec 11, 2023
Enhance email server security against hacking using a VPN on CentOS/RHEL

This article will be helpful for all the users who want highly secured email servers from online attacks. Here you will learn about all the possible tricks and recommendations for self-hosted VPNs. The problem with spammers is really huge, they are attacking email servers on a regular basis. Once they reach a goal and have access to the needed server, they are either stealing information or sending high volumes of spam. By using a self-hosted VPN, you can drastically lessen the chances of such spammers and get a safer environment.

Linux Mint 21.2 "Edge" ISO now includes an up-to-date kernel and support for Secureboot
Dec 8, 2023
Linux Mint 21.2 "Edge" ISO now includes an up-to-date kernel and support for Secureboot

Users who need support for the new hardware will definitely benefit from exploring all the new features of the Linux Mint 21.2 “Edge”.

Peppermint has introduced PepMini, which is a minimal operating system based on Debian
Dec 8, 2023
Peppermint has introduced PepMini, which is a minimal operating system based on Debian

The introduction of the new minimalistic Debian-based operating system has been announced. This refreshed variant is called PepMini. This Peppermint OS has great customization features so users can adjust everything according to their preferences even more easily.

The latest chips for AI tasks from AMD: Instinct M1300A, Ryzen 8040, and Instinct MI300X
Dec 8, 2023
The latest chips for AI tasks from AMD: Instinct M1300A, Ryzen 8040, and Instinct MI300X

AMD has released chips for AI tasks, mainly for the implementation of large language models or LLMs.

Django 5.0 Release
Dec 8, 2023
Django 5.0 Release

The release of Django 5.0 was on the 4th of December 2023. This new version of the Python framework was launched almost 2 years after the 4.0 version. This newly released version is accessible in the Python packages catalog so anyone can easily get it.

Google has launched its AI model - Gemini
Dec 8, 2023
Google has launched its AI model - Gemini

Today, Google has launched its AI model called Gemini.

Gemini, which Google DeepMind developed, can understand text, audio, video, images, and code. This model has been designed for easy use across various devices and platforms, from data centers to mobile devices.

Streamlined: Two-Step Passwordless SSH Setup on Ubuntu
Dec 7, 2023
Streamlined: Two-Step Passwordless SSH Setup on Ubuntu

Achieving a more convenient user experience is one of the important directions of organizing the working process for every user. If you have a VPS or dedicated server, you use the same device to access it each time and you are tired of entering the password each time you start working with your server, then you might be interested in setting up a passwordless login into your server. What you will need is to set up the public key authentication method which is an alternative to the authentication method with a password. In the following guide, we’ll have a detailed look at how to set it up on your remote desktop if you are an Ubuntu user.

IBM presented the world's most powerful processor and a new computer
Dec 6, 2023
IBM presented the world's most powerful processor and a new computer

At the IBM Quantum Summit 2023, the US processor company presented a new quantum processor called "Heron" and a computer based on it, the IBM Quantum System Two.

Apache NetBeans 20 - an integrated development environment - is now available
Dec 5, 2023
Apache NetBeans 20 - an integrated development environment - is now available

Apache NetBeans 20 was released on 1 December 2023. This project supports the following programming languages - JavaScript, Java SE, Rust, Java EE, Groovy, C++/C, and PHP. MacOS, Linux, and Windows users can use the NetBeans 20 version.

Korea's SK Hynix owns 49.6 percent of the server memory market
Dec 5, 2023
Korea's SK Hynix owns 49.6 percent of the server memory market

Based on existing data from Omdia, SK Hynix has significantly increased its numbers regarding the DRAM memory market. The company now owns almost 35 percent of the total market volume, which means that they have almost caught up with Samsung Electronics with their figures now standing at 39.4 percent rate. SK Hynix is also making significant gains in the server memory market, with current figures showing 49.6 percent.