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Fedora 18 i686 (32 bit) Anti-Virus Spin from WBITT team

We are proud to release solution of a long standing problem. An open-source Bootable AntiVirus CD, based on and derived from Fedora Project. We call it Fedora Anti-Virus Spin. The CD is based on 32-bit version of Fedora 18, and provides a minimal XFCE based GUI. The 400MB CD image (iso) is downloadable from our download section.
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CENTOS 6.3 x86_64 (64 bit) Hypervisor Edition

We have released a Hypervisor edition of the latest CENTOS 6.3 (x86_64 ) . This release has the following key packages:
  • KVM Hypervisor
  • SSH
  • YUM
  • Apache Web Server (with mod_ssl)
  • PHP
  • MySQL Server
  • PostFix
  • DoveCot
  • SpamAssassin
  • Webalizer
  • Basic X Windows System (for just in case)
  • SELinux
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25-GPU cluster cracks every standard Windows password in less than six hours

A password-cracking expert has unveiled a computer cluster that can cycle through as many as 350 billion guesses per second. It's an almost unprecedented speed that can try every possible Windows passcode in the typical enterprise in less than six hours.

The five-server system uses a relatively new package of virtualization software that harnesses the power of 25 AMD Radeon graphics cards. It achieves the 350 billion-guess-per-second speed when cracking password hashes generated by the NTLM cryptographic algorithm that Microsoft has included in every version of Windows since Server 2003. As a result, it can try an astounding 958 combinations in just 5.5 hours, enough to brute force every possible eight-character password containing upper- and lower-case letters, digits, and symbols. Such password policies are common in many enterprise settings. The same passwords protected by Microsoft's LM algorithm—which many organizations enable for compatibility with older Windows versions—will fall in just six minutes.

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