Fernando Reges, a Brazilian midfielder from Sevilla, suffered a muscle injury the day before LaLiga was stopped due to coronavirus. He had for several weeks and now he sees things with other perspectives: “I am recovering very well and I think I will be there when LaLiga returns. The doctors told me seven to eight weeks, we’ve been four, and if everything goes well, I’ll be ready. Maybe because of the injury I have it will cost me a little more to return, it may take a little longer but I hope to return as quickly as possible … We talk a lot, especially with the physical therapists, “he told Radio Sevilla.The pivot believes that it will take some time to readjust when he returns: “It will be difficult for everyone, we will need several games to pick up the pace, because even if you train at home it is not like doing it in a group, and if the return it is very fast there may be injuries. If anyone in the derby will have an advantage? It does not matter because all the teams are untrained, it will be the same for both teams. In LaLiga all the teams have quality and play well, we want to come back as strong as possible. “ LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of March 24, 2020 Although he has been banned by the club, Fernando had no thoughts of returning to his country, as compatriots like Neymar and Thiago Silva have done: “I have totally ruled it out, here I am safer, I think so. There people do not stay at home and go to the beaches, here I am better, with my family. Thiago and Neymar? I don’t know if they can go back to Europe, Because I think the same problem will be in Brazil in a few weeks. And I think that here in two or three weeks the infections will start to drop. “In closing, he referred to how his family is experiencing the beginning of the pandemic in Brazil: “In Brazil they believe that it will not be something big. But I talk to my family and they are worried, in two weeks what can happen in Spain. No one expected the coronavirus to act like this; this is a thing that will go down in history and will be studied in schools. “
Clair 2.0 features an understanding for new base operating system images, identifies flaws and vulnerabilities in container images based on Alpine Linux and Oracle Linux, and adds improved comprehension to its list of supported base systems and package managers. According to Brandon Philips, CTO of CoreOS, this release is just another step in the company’s open-source strategy. Since 2013, CoreOS has launched more than 100 open-source projects, built Container Linux, and created CNCF projects like rkt and CNI. “Clearly we, as software engineers and administrators, are outnumbered. Open source software is the key to making this proliferation an asset, by collaborating across a diverse environment on the hardest operational problems, such as maintaining security, reliability, and portability,” Philips wrote in a post. CoreOS wants to make container contents more visible and verifiable with the latest release of its open-source vulnerability static analysis solution for containers. The company announced Clair 2.0 at its CoreOS Fest conference this week. Clair was first released in November 2015 to help developers understand what was going on inside their container images. It lives at the heart of the company’s Quay Security Scanning solution, but is also used for container image scanning in other projects. “Clair performs static analysis of container images and correlates their contents with public vulnerability databases,” Jimmy Zelinskie, software engineer at CoreOS, wrote in a post.