Unlike in a classic Linux OS like Ubuntu, Fedora, Linux Mint on a computer, the Raspberry Pi OS is always installed over an image file. This results in a security gap by having the default password, So the user created in the Raspberry system has default password “raspberry” and username “pi”.
Ubuntu Linux distribution, Canonical fixes kernel vulnerability, report
Canonical has just posted a security advisory for Ubuntu users. New kernel versions are available to correct a security vulnerability. It affects all versions of the supported Linux distribution. [Read more…]
SSL encryption is always the best idea to protect sensitive data against third parties. But what does if the SSL certificate is installed on the root server/managed server and the encryption is activated, but the website is still accessible via HTTP? An unsecured protocol for secure transfer of data from the server to the browser. [Read more…]