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LMDE5 Mint updates will be posted separately from the Debian 11 updates, which are fetched automatically from their live feed under "Security Info Tab".

28 June 2022

Pix App The Brazilian instant payment leaked data three times

It is a payment method created by the Central Bank (BC) in which funds are transferred between accounts in a few seconds, at any time or day.

Pix was created to be a complete payment method. Any payment or...

28 June 2022

Russian hacker group TA505 had a server in Stockholm, Sweden.

Following an anonymous tip, the police have discovered that an international cybercrime network has stored one of its servers in Hägersten in Stockholm.

The server was seized in May 2021, by the...

25 June 2022

Telegram shares your data with Federal Police 2022, according to the Spiegel newspaper.

Telegram who are located in Dubai, are supposedly providing the German Federal Criminal Police Office with user information in several cases, contradicting the company’s statements about...

23 June 2022

Chromium browser update V.103.0.5060.53.

Chromium is a free and open-source web browser project, principally developed and maintained by Google. The Chromium code base is widely used. Microsoft Edge, Samsung Internet, Opera and many other browsers are based on the...

21 June 2022

Update Manager Updated to 5.8.4.

Update Manager provides your operating system with software and security updates.

It is recommend you apply this update !

Security updates: Apply security patches and keep your computer...

20 June 2022

AptUrl Mint Update 20/06/22 for LMDE5.

AptUrl is a simple graphical application that takes an URL (which follows the apt-protocol) as a command line option.

It parses it and carries out the operations that the URL describes (that is, it...

5 June 2022

Firefox, Tor Browser, Tails Users Upgrade Now.

A security vulnerability was discovered in the JavaScript engine of Firefox and Tor Browser.

This vulnerability allows a malicious website to bypass some of the security built in Tor Browser and access information from...


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