How to install and configure OpenVAS 9 on Ubuntu

OpenVAS is a quite popular and highly advanced open-source vulnerability scanner and manager for servers and network tools. OpenVAS includes several services and tools. Here are a few most prominent features that are vital for any server. Greenbone Security Assistant, a graphical interface that allows you to manage vulnerability scans from a web application A database… Continue reading How to install and configure OpenVAS 9 on Ubuntu

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How to use Ubuntu GRUB Bootloader Recovery to fix System issues

At times when something is wrong with your Ubuntu installation like for example broken packages, file system errors, etc., you got plenty of options to recover your PC. Earlier, I published a article on how to reinstall Ubuntu, keeping your data unaffected. But that guide is the last resort to recovery. If you are able… Continue reading How to use Ubuntu GRUB Bootloader Recovery to fix System issues

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How to install CMake on Ubuntu

CMake is a cross-platform free and open-source software tool designed to build, test, and package the software. CMake uses a simple platform and compiler-independent configuration files to control the software compilation process. It leads to the production of native makefiles and workspaces, which are, in turn, used in a compiler environment of choice. In this… Continue reading How to install CMake on Ubuntu

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Customizing top panel to add icons and “show desktop” in Ubuntu

The top panel on Ubuntu (also known as Taskbar) can be greatly customized to include some cool features such as adding a “show desktop” icon that minimizes all the open windows and shows the desktop, displaying icons of running applications, and changing color opacity, and more. So you get a cool taskbar that is compact… Continue reading Customizing top panel to add icons and “show desktop” in Ubuntu

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How to display IP Address of your PC in the Top Panel in Ubuntu

Displaying the IP address of the PC in the top panel comes in handy, especially for system administrators. In this article, I’m exactly going to show how to do that in a few simple steps using PPA utility “Indicator IP”. It’s a free utility. Displaying IP Address in Ubuntu’s Top Panel (System Tray) This guide… Continue reading How to display IP Address of your PC in the Top Panel in Ubuntu

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