When I used text based / console IRC back in the day (1996ish?) I used to use Epic or BitchX. It’s good to know you can still get Epic and that its still in development! It’s up to version 5 now and all of the fancy key binds are coming back to me.. wish I still had my .ircrc from back then though!
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Need Linux help? Join us in ##linuxos on Freenode IRC!
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OpenSSH currently has a bug that will help would-be attackers figure out actual account names on your system by timing how long the server responds to incorrect logins.

You can read the full info on Linux Forum.


There have been updates to the nss, nss-util and nspr packages to address moderate security flaws (CVE-2016-1978, CVE-2016-1979). The new packages are syncing through the various mirrors currently.
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Back in June of 2015, CVE-2015-1805 a kernel patch was released to implement a fix for vectored pipe read and write functionality which could potentially result in memory corruption. A local, unprivileged user could use the flaw in an unpatched kernel to crash the system or escalate their privileges on the system.
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