Frankenstein Linux malware and a Docker bug that's blown out of proportion get our attention this week.
As well as the new GParted release, the Unity Editor for Linux and the Browser vendors struggle with the W3C's latest twist.
- HiddenWasp Linux malware — Fully developed HiddenWasp gives attackers full control of infected machines.
- Docker Bug Allows Root Access to Host File System — The weakness is the result of a race condition in the Docker software and while there’s a fix in the works, it has not yet been integrated.
- Contain yourself, Docker: Race-condition bug puts host machines at risk... sometimes
- GParted 1.0 Released — This release of GParted includes a significant undertaking to migrate the code base from gtkmm2 to gtkmm3 (our GTK3 port).
- GParted 1.0 Milestone After Almost 15 Years
- Announcing the Unity Editor for Linux — A growing number of developers using the experimental version, combined with the increasing demand of Unity users in the Film and Automotive, Transportation, and Manufacturing (ATM) industries means that we now plan to officially support the Unity Editor for Linux.
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