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- I have uploaded the new Debian package of Lynis-2.3.2-1, security auditing tool, to #Debian archive.
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Programming a #Restful service, I get a "I'm a teapot" error (418).
I think it is the first time I see this error in many years of work with web services.
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- Testing my old ACER Travelmate (year 2002) with #Debian 8.0
Installed #XFCE4, #emacs + #org-mode, #LibreOffice, #Iceweasel, #fbreader, #evince, #mutt, etc.
Now I am working with #Python programming in #Web2py Framework.
All working perfectly.
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New Lynis-2.1.1-1 Debian package.
Lynis, the security auditing tool for Unix based systems.
I uploaded new Lynis-2.1.1-1 to Debian archive. Now it is available in Debian Testing.
This new version includes checks for Docker files, new reviewed tests for Debian systems, between others.
Lynis is an auditing tool for Unix. It scans the system configuration and creates an overview of system information
and security issues usable by professional auditors.
You can download from Debian repository: https://packages.debian.org/stretch/lynis
# apt-get install lynis
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