Linux roundup, for Linux Users and Sysadmins | Week 04

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01 | Intel admits that ME is exploitable with 8 CVEs, telling their customers to contact motherboard manufacturers – intel.com

02 | Steam now lets developers know how many users want their game on Mac and Linux – vg247.com

03 | Project ZeroPhone: the ambitious DIY Raspberry Pi phone – techradar.com

04 | Let’s Encrypt looks forward to 2018 – letsencrypt.org

05 | A Linux version of the ProcDump Sysinternals tool – github.com

06 | Wine 3.0-rc1 Released – winehq.org

07 | PHP-FPM tuning: Using ‘pm static’ for Max Performance – sitepoint.com

08 | AWS DNS services break query name minimisation (DNS privacy) – forums.aws.amazon.com

09 | Nice original Linux Artwork – linux.pictures

10 | ​How To Hack A Turned-off Computer, Or Running Unsigned Code In Intel Me – blackhat.com (PDF download)

This week’s Tux humor…
Red Hat Linux On United Airlines Screens Infinite Boot Cant Watch Movies – imgur.com

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