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An attempt to produce cross-compilers for quantum computers • The Register

The Linux Foundation created a group called the QIR Alliance to make quantum computing applications more portable across hardware architectures and simulators. The QIR in the QIR Alliance stands for Quantum Intermediate Representation, which may not mean much to those unfamiliar with “intermediate representation” in the context of computers. Within …

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Amazon introduces the AWS infrastructure from Amazon Ads

Amazon will be highlighting the architecture of Amazon Web Services at re: Invent as part of its fast-growing advertising business. In a session on Tuesday, Amazon and its AWS entity will go over the infrastructure behind Amazon Ads. Amazon’s advertising business is growing rapidly and falls into the company’s “other” …

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This stealth malware is hiding behind an impossible date

Security researchers have discovered a new type of remote access Trojan (RAT) malware that has created an unusual new way of hiding on servers. As first reported on BleepingComputer, this new malware, called CronRAT, is hiding in scheduled tasks on Linux servers by setting it to run on February 31st, …

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Tier 1 Support Engineer (Linux, SQL, shift work) at Datafin Recruitment

ENVIRONMENT: A technology company based in Stellenbosch is looking for an ambitious tier 1 support engineer who is mainly responsible for investigating and processing basic support tickets (problems / issues) from customers and escalating them if necessary. You need matrix / class 12, a relevant ICT qualification (diploma etc.) with …

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Indian bank denies disclosing data on 180 million customers • The Register

India’s Punjab National Bank has denied a security firm’s allegation that it disclosed the personal and financial information of its 180 million customers – but appears to have admitted that their Exchange Server implementation was not in tip-top shape. The allegation was made by Indian security consultancy CyberX9, who blogged …

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Distrowatch Top 5 Distributions Review: Pop! _OS

Pop! _OS ranks fifth fromn the popular ranking site Distrowatch, based on the number of hits on the Distrowatch page for the operating system, not based on actual downloads / user base. You can read my reviews of the other four top spots by following these links: Linux Mint, Manjaro, …

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Open source executives are trying to bridge the loopholes in software supply chain security

The security of the software supply chain has become increasingly important in the past year. Two major cybersecurity attacks – SolarWinds and Kaseya – have emerged as urgent reminders to scrutinize every component of software development and deployment, including where they come from and where they come from. The first …

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Review: Citrix Workspace Linux – gHacks Tech News

Citrix Workspace for Linux is a digital workspace that enables employees to access corporate apps securely and files from a central location. This means that with Citrix Workspace you do not have a device such as a computer. What is Citrix Workspace? Citrix Workspace is a cloud-based digital workspace. It …

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Global white box server industry by 2026 – with solutions from Celestica, Compal Electronics and Hyve | among others news

DUBLIN, November 16, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The report, “White Box Servers Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities, and Forecast 2021-2026” has been added ResearchAndMarkets.com to offer. The global white box server market is expected to show strong growth in the period 2021-2026. A white box server …

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