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Le Monde

Tennis : plusieurs arbitres impliqués dans des affaires de corruption
Deux arbitres ont déjà été suspendus par la Fédération internationale, et quatre autres font l’objet d’une enquête pour leur implication dans un système de paris truqués.
Une délégation du Front national chahutée en Corse
La délégation des députés européens frontistes, qui se réunit en séminaire à Ajaccio, du 9 au 11 février, a été accueillie par une manifestation à son arrivée sur l’île.
Le gouvernement donne un coup de main aux start-up de la transition énergétique
Ségolène Royal et Emmanuel Macron ont lancé le 9 février une « communauté GreenTech » pour soutenir la croissance verte, dotée d’une enveloppe de 15 millions d’euros.
Réussite en licence : les bonnes recettes de l’université d’Angers
Depuis plusieurs années, les taux de réussite angevins ont de quoi faire pâlir nombre d’universités. Un succès qui ne doit rien au hasard.
Les cinq commandements pour un Internet plus sûr
En cette Journée mondiale pour un Internet plus sûr, voici quelques conseils de survie numérique que votre maman devrait vous enseigner.
Tempête en Bretagne : un homme sauve deux retraités emportés par les vagues
Une vidéo postée par un vacancier montre deux septuagénaires se faire happer par la mer.
Des radars leurres installés pour la première fois en France
Onze panneaux de signalisation ont été placés le long d’une route départementale du Pas-de-Calais, mais il n’y aura en réalité qu’un seul véritable radar.
Le sauvetage in extremis d'un migrant par des gardes-côtes turcs
Des images montrent le sauvetage en Méditerranée de l’unique rescapé d’une embarcation à bord de laquelle se trouvaient 34 personnes.
Le gouvernement renonce aux grands panneaux publicitaires dans les petites villes
Le projet de décret d’application de la loi Macron n’autorise les grands panneaux qu’aux abords des stades accueillant plus de 15 000 spectateurs.
Révision constitutionnelle : les députés justifient leur absentéisme massif
Sur 577 députés, seuls 136 ont pris part, lundi, au vote du premier article de la révision de la Constitution. Les groupes politiques avancent des excuses pratiques et stratégiques.

Linux Weekly News

[$] Protecting systems with the TPM
"TPM," said Matthew Garrett in his linux.conf.au 2016 talk, stands for "trusted platform module"; it is a tool that is meant to allow a system's owner to decide which software to trust. Some years ago, there was a lot of fear that the TPM would be used, instead, to take that decision away, to allow others to decide which software would be trusted to run on our systems; for that reason, some called "trusted computing" by the rather less complimentary name "treacherous computing." That scenario didn't come about, though, for a number of reasons, both technical and social. But we can still use the TPM for its original purpose; Matthew was there to talk about his work to bring about computing that we can trust.
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Tuesday's security updates
Debian has updated qemu (multiple vulnerabilities), qemu (more vulnerabilities), qemu-kvm (multiple vulnerabilities), and wordpress (two vulnerabilities).
Debian-LTS has updated gajim (man-in-the-middle).
Mageia has updated mbedtls/hiawatha/belle-sip/linphone/pdns (code execution), openssl (man-in-the-middle), php (multiple vulnerabilities), privoxy (denial of service), and radicale (authentication bypass).
Red Hat has updated sos (RHEL6: information leak).
Slackware has updated curl (authentication bypass) and flac (multiple vulnerabilities).
SUSE has updated java-1_8_0-ibm (SLE12-SP1: multiple vulnerabilities) and rubygem-rails-html-sanitizer (SES2.1: multiple vulnerabilities).
Ubuntu has updated firefox (regression in previous update).
It’s Been 20 Years Since This Man Declared Cyberspace Independence (Wired)
Wired talks with John Perry Barlow on the 20th anniversary of his Declaration of Independence of Cyberspace. "In the modern era of global NSA surveillance, China’s Great Firewall, and FBI agents trawling the dark Web, it’s easy to write off Barlow’s declaration as early dotcom-era hubris. But on his document’s 20th anniversary, Barlow himself wants to be clear: He stands by his words just as much today as he did when he clicked “send” in 1996."
Security advisories for Monday
Arch Linux has updated lib32-libsndfile (multiple vulnerabilities) and libsndfile (multiple vulnerabilities).
Debian has updated polarssl (code execution) and tiff (multiple vulnerabilities).
Debian-LTS has updated eglibc (multiple vulnerabilities) and linux-2.6 (multiple vulnerabilities).
Fedora has updated claws-mail (F23: stack-based buffer overflow), nginx (F22: denial of service), and prosody (F23: insecure handling of dialback keys).
Mageia has updated cakephp (denial of service), cgit (three vulnerabilities), curl (authentication bypass), cyrus-imapd (two vulnerabilities), docker/golang (two vulnerabilities), gajim (man-in-the- middle), imlib2 (denial of service), java-1.8.0-openjdk/copy-jdk-configs/lua- lunit/lua-posix (multiple vulnerabilities), krb5 (three vulnerabilities), phpmyadmin/phpseclib (multiple vulnerabilities), and socat (man-in-the- middle).
openSUSE has updated curl (Leap42.1; 13.2; 13.1: authentication bypass), mariadb (Leap42.1; 13.2: multiple vulnerabilities), mysql (Leap42.1, 13.2; 13.1: multiple vulnerabilities), nginx (Leap42.1: denial of service), openssl (13.2: man-in-the-middle), php5 (Leap42.1: two vulnerabilities), phpMyAdmin (Leap42.1, 13.2: multiple vulnerabilities), rubygem-actionpack-3_2 (13.2: multiple vulnerabilities), rubygem-actionpack-4_2 (Leap42.1: multiple vulnerabilities), rubygem-rails-html-sanitizer (Leap42.1: multiple vulnerabilities), and phpmyadmin (13.1: multiple vulnerabilities).
Red Hat has updated openstack-swift (RHELOSP5 for RHEL6; RHELOSP5 for RHEL7; RHELOSP6 for RHEL7: denial of service) and python-django (RHELOSP6 for RHEL7: information disclosure).
SUSE has updated kernel (SLE11-SP3: multiple vulnerabilities).
Kernel prepatch 4.5-rc3
The 4.5-rc3 kernel prepatch is out.
"It's slightly bigger than I'd like, but not excessively so (and not unusually so). Most of the patches are pretty small, although the diff is utterly dominated by the (big) removal a couple of staging rdma drivers that just weren't going anywhere. Those removal patches are 90% of the bulk of the diff."
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