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U2F - Universal 2nd Factor

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SecurityU2F is an open authentication standard that strengthens and simplifies two-factor authentication using specialized USB or NFC devices based on similar security technology found in smart cards.
 
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s2n

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Securitys2n is a C99 implementation of the TLS/SSL protocols that is designed to be simple, small, fast, and with security as a priority. It is released and licensed under the Apache Software License 2.0.
 
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Linux/Moose is loose

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SecurityNew malware that targets Internet-connected devices running Linux: The Moose is loose, Moose Ė the router worm with an appetite for social networks.
 
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OPNsense

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SecurityOPNsense - your next open source firewall (according to the project). It is also the spiritual successor to m0n0wall. Exciting times!
 
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Let's Encrypt

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SecurityLetís Encrypt is a new Certificate Authority: Itís free, automated, and open.
 
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Glastopf

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SecurityGlastopf is a Honeypot which emulates thousands of vulnerabilities to gather data from attacks targeting web applications.
 
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CIRCLean - USB key sanitizer

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SecurityIf you are worried about malware via USB sticks, CIRCLean might be what you need.
 
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CryptoParty

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SecurityWant to learn more about crypto, and how you can use it to protect yourself? The answer is CryptoParty.
 
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Inception

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SecurityInception is quite scary. Basically, if you can gain physical access to a computer (which is on or in standby mode) with a Firewire port (now, more in the future), it doesn't matter if the computer is locked, and it doesn't matter if it has full disk encryption, you will own it in a matter of seconds. And, you don't have to leave a trace that you have been there. Scary.
 
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IPv6 security

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SecurityConcerned about IPv6 and security? IPv6 security Ė the same, but different from IPv6 Friday has some information.
 
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