Apparently the US NSA believes that users of Linux in general, and readers of online ezine Linux Journal in particluar are extremists. According to this article on the NDR.de Panorama blog, internet users whose searches contained terms related to the TAILs (The Amnesic Incognito Live System) software program or Linux Journal had their internet traffic […]
Solid state drives (SSD) are gaining in popularity, particularly as components costs and machine form factors continue to shrink. In this article from Linux Journal online magazine, Brian Trapp gives an in depth presentation on the current state of SSD’s and their advantages and disadvantages in various Linux related operations.
While most of us are familiar with packet capturing/sniffing programs such as Wireshark, it’s not always the most convenient or appropriate tool to use in every network monitoring situation. Henry Van Styn has written an excellent how-to tutorial on the uses of the Linux command line utility TCPDUMP, and why it may be all you […]