Kodi today announced that they are going to protect there trademark name against all that misuses it to make themselves rich. We wholeheartedly agree with them. Kodi® (formerly known as XBMC™) is an award-winning free and open source (GPL) software media center for playing videos, music, pictures, games, and more. Here is part of what they had to say: There have been a wave of sellers who decided to make a quick buck modifying Kodi, installing broken piracy add-ons, advertising that Kodi let’s you watch free movies and TV, and then vanishing when the user buys the box and finds out that the add-on they were sold on was a crummy, constantly breaking mess.


Continuing our discussion on Linux Security from our last article we will discuss groups. If you want to give many users the same privileges its a good idea to understand groups. Users and groups are used on Linux for access controlGroups control access to the system's files, directories, and peripherals just like file and folder privileges


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There are already a lot of good security features built into Linux and one of the most important one is File and Directory (folder) Permissions. One very important potential vulnerability can exist: not given someone the right File and Directory (folder) Permissions. Therefore learning about File and Directory (folder) Permissions is essential:


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