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Why isn't free software signed with self-signed certificates? [duplicate]

A majority of free software (in particular, Linux ports for Windows) are not signed. As I understand it, it is quite easy to create a self-signed CA, and sign the software. Distribution would be ...
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Python - ctypes.cast function call outputs Segmentation Fault error message

Background: Writing a proof of concept of a twitter C&C inspired by Prof Viviek of SPSE similiar to twittor and the project includes a functionality of injecting shellcode and executing it ...
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Does WannaCry infect Linux? [duplicate]

After reading this question, now, I am wondering if WannaCry malware can infect Linux OS especially Ubuntu. One of the answers talked about SMB2 and windows. Does it mean a Linux based computer is ...
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With Ubuntu on Windows 10, could exploits and malware that work on Ubuntu (or related distros) work on Windows?

So apparently Hell has finally and completely frozen over: the next major update for Windows 10 will be able to natively run Bash, related tools, and even some broader set of Linux binaries/programs ...
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How is an ODBC connection encrypted?

Most conversations about ODBC are Microsoft centric, but the protocol is often used in heterogeneous environements, such as a Windows client connecting to a database on an *nix server. While my ...