NewsFox 1.0.9 was released. This is a big update with a lot of useful changes such as, 2 threads for updating feeds, independent set of columns (in the article pane) for different feeds, mark selected articles of a feed as unread, and more.
A great article on *next-gen* filesystems, mainly Btrfs. I can't wait for Btrfs to go stable.
FreeBSD 10 was released with a number of notable changes.
LibreOffice 4.2 was released and it brought with itself a new start screen, better compatibility with MS OOXML and an Expert Configuration window in the options menu.
Kali Linux 1.0.6 was released and the biggest change it brought is the ability to destroy your encrypted data with a special (separate) password.
The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is being used to stage DDoS attacks.
How too much automation (read: silent updates), combined with a lack of configurability and poor policies by Google has allowed malicious actors to turn some Chrome extensions against the users.
You can be robbed off your Twitter username too.
How a customer was refused warranty for his laptop, even though the company made a mistake (and even acknowledged it).
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