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How to become a Linux security expert?

Demand for Linux security experts has risen over the last years. This article shows the relevant Linux security topics and required skills. Do you master them?

Summary of How to become a Linux security expert?

Years ago it was a challenge to find screenshots of devices running Linux. Nowadays, Linux can power phones, TV’s, computer systems, mainframes, and many more devices. With more devices, the demand for Linux knowledge will continue to grow. At the same time, the demand for security is higher than ever. All the media attention and regulations like GDPR, asks for more Linux security specialists. In this post, the goal is to answer the question: How to become a Linux security expert?

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RSS is cool! Some RSS feed readers are not (yet)...

Even after years, RSS is still being used by many. With more RSS clients to choose from, we discovered that not all of them behave like a good bot. Here is what we learned.

Summary of RSS is cool! Some RSS feed readers are not (yet)...

Fresh look at RSS after a migration This blog had a RSS feed since its inception about 10 years ago. It was (and is) an easy way for readers to quickly discover released and updated articles. Although a lot has changed in 10 years, including a migration from WordPress to Hugo, the RSS feed is still available. Recently, as part of the migration, we looked again at all individual layers that makes this blog possible.

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The Most Influential Linux Security Blogs

Linux security is hot, yet blogs about Linux security are rare. Besides our own blog, here are the most influential bloggers and developers we know.

Summary of The Most Influential Linux Security Blogs

Linux Security Blogs Finding quality blogs about Linux security can be challenging. We made an effort to seek the best and most influential blogs on the internet. What makes it influential? It should have quality articles, regularly updated and tailored to Linux or UNIX security. The countless “How to” websites are skipped. Months of searching and reading resulted in a list of blogs, sorted by category. If you are interested in the developments on Linux security, add them to your RSS feed reader.

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