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  15. GParted Live Is Now Patched Against the XZ Backdoor, Powered by Linux Kernel 6.7
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    Canonical, the maker of Ubuntu, announced today the launch of Ubuntu Pro for Devices bringing security and long-term compliance to IoT deployments.
  17. Kernel/Linux Leftovers
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  18. Free Programs and Programming
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  19. Security Leftovers
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  20. today's howtos
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