About a week ago the Kali Linux (live) distribution version 2.0 was released, now Offensive Security – the company behind Kali Linux – has published so-called Docker images of Kali Linux 2.0, which lets you run it on any platform.
In a security notice Ubuntu creator Canonical warns users to upgrade the OpenSSH-server in the Ubuntu distributions 12.04 LT – 15.04, because of a few of OpenSSH vulnerabilities that have been found.
Clonezilla Live version 2.4.2-41 has been released. Clonezilla Live now supports PXE Booting via Network Interface Card, together with other improvements and fixes.
Kodi 15.1 is available for download now, a month after version 15 was released. The XBMC Foundation decided to release this version, because of some serious bugs Kodi users encountered.
Linus Torvalds announced release candidate 7 of Linux Kernel 4.2. This will probably the last release candidate, before the final release.
A month after the final release of VirtualBox 5, VirtualBox 5.0.2 is released. This release is mainly a maintenance release.
Leon Jacobs, one of the developers of Emu-OS anounced the release of Beta version one of Emu-OS. This release now supports more game console/workstation emulators.
Just a month after version 5.12.0, KDE Frameworks version 5.13.0 is released. The KDE developers have made a large number of improvements and changes.
Kali Linux (former Backtrack Linux) version 2.0 is released. Now it’s based on Debian Jessie, running on Linux kernel 4.0. According to the Kali Linux developers, this is “the most significant release of Kali since 2013.”
OpenSSH 7.0 has been released, just a month after OpenSSH release 6.9. This release mainly contains security improvements/fixes.