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MX Linux Makes Sharing Folders with Samba as Simple as It Gets

Jack Wallen shows you how easy it is to share directories to your local network through Samba with MX Linux.
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How to Connect to Linux Samba Shares from Windows

If you’re having trouble figuring out how to connect Windows 10 or 11 to your data center Samba shares, Jack Wallen eases your concern with simple steps.
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How to Install and Configure Samba on Debian 11

Samba is a powerful open-source tool that enables Windows-like sharing of files and printers. Learn to install and configure Samba on Debian 11.
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Samba as AD and Domain Controller on Fedora Linux 35

Having a server with Samba providing AD and Domain Controller functionality will provide you with a very mature and professional way to have a centralized place with all users and groups information. It will free you from the burden of having to manage users and groups on each server. This solution is useful for authenticating […]

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Samba Bug May Allow Code Execution as Root on Linux Machines, NAS devices (CVE-2021-44142)

A critical vulnerability (CVE-2021-44142) in Samba, a widely used open-source implementation of the SMB networking protocol, could allow attackers to execute arbitrary code as root on affected Samba installations. Several updated versions of Samba have been released on Monday, fixing CVE-2021-44142 and two other flaws (1, 2), but since the software is included in most […]

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How to Install Samba in Rocky Linux and AlmaLinux

Through TCP/IP protocol, Samba makes file sharing possible between two operating systems not sharing the same architecture. Through CIFS (Common Internet File System) and SMB (Server Message Block) protocols, this open-source software has made file and…

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The iSCSI Target Initiator on Linux

This article will help you learn how to set up and configure iSCSI on Linux/Unix-based systems. iSCSI stands for (Internet Small Computer System Interface), which is an industry-standard protocol that is mainly used to share the storage device over the TCP/IP layer. Unlike Samba or NFS, which work at the file system level whereas iSCSI […]

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How to Install Samba on RHEL and CentOS Stream

Operating system users might have different egoistic opinions on which operating system distribution is better but always find a common ground when it comes to issues like finding ideal file sharing solutions. Samba is such a solution. Whether you are on a Windows or Linux operating system environment, Samba makes it possible to flexibly share […]

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Kali Linux 2021.4 Released: Wider Samba Compatibility, Social-Engineer Toolkit, New Tools, and More!

Offensive Security released Kali Linux 2021.4, which comes with a number of improvements: wider Samba compatibility, switching package manager mirrors, enhanced Apple M1 support, Kaboxer theming, Updates to Xfce, GNOME and KDE, Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W + …

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8 Dangerous Vulnerabilities Fixed in Samba

Corrective releases package Samba 4.15.2, 4.14.10, and 4.13.14 eliminates eight vulnerabilities, most of which can lead to a complete compromise of the Active Directory domain. It is noteworthy that one of the problems was corrected in 2016, and five – from 2020, though one correction led to the inability to run winbindd in the presence […]

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Samba 4.15 Ships with a Modernized Virtual File System Modules

For those using Samba as the open-source implementation of SMB/CIFS and allowing for file/print sharing with Microsoft Windows systems, Samba 4.15 is now available as the latest release for improving Windows interoperability on Linux and other platform…

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