June 2019 - TuxCare

SACK Panic & Slowness: KernelCare Live Patches Are Here

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Recently, the wrong kind of Netflix Original was revealed to the public. The streaming giant announced that they had discovered four new denial-of-service (DoS) and resource consumption vulnerabilities affecting Linux and FreeBSD servers. Netflix offered full details in an advisory posted on GitHub. The vulnerabilities threaten any enterprise running large fleets of production Linux computers.

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KernelCare partners with GDEP Solutions: expanding in Asia-Pacific

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As part of our expansion into Asia-Pacific markets, we’re happy to announce a new partnership with GDEP Solutions, a leading DevOps and OSS company based in Tokyo.

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SACK Panic & Slowness: KernelCare patches are on the way

SACK Panic & Slowness: KernelCare patches are on the way

Netflix has a new hit on its hands. They’ve discovered new Linux kernel vulnerabilities and describe how a properly formed TCP network packet can cause the kernel to panic or slow down. There are three kinds. Two affect Linux kernels. (The other is for FreeBSD so won’t be described further.) All are dangerous because they can be executed remotely.

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How to Secure Linux by Patching in Real-Time

How to Secure Linux by Patching in Real-Time

If anyone tells you that they know how to secure linux, but they fail to mention live patching – don’t listen to them. Keeping servers automatically up to date is key to keeping them safe. In the complex security question of how to secure Linux, patching live, in real-time, is the missing link.

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Why Waiting For Your Next Linux Reboot is Making You Insecure

Why Waiting For Your Next Linux Reboot is Making You Insecure

You’ve just installed a kernel update, and now you need to carry out a Linux reboot. Except guess what? You don’t. Word is only just starting to get out, but times have changed, and rebooting is a thing of the past. This is a very positive development: because rebooting to patch is a hassle, companies frequently delay it for as long as they can – with damaging consequences.

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KernelCare is coming to Texas Linux Fest 2018

KernelCare is coming to Texas Linux Fest 2018

Texas Linux Fest is an open source software event held in Austin on June 8 and 9, 2018, at the AT&T Conference Center. Whether you are a Linux enthusiast or a business expert, whether you run your school’s infrastructure or a non-profit organization, Texas Linux Fest is a great place for you to learn and to meet others. There will be more than 30 presentations throughout the two days, and multiple tracks to ensure you can get insights on both, established and emerging technologies.

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Attending CloudFest? Come hear our CEO’s security session

Attending CloudFest? Come hear our CEO's security session

This year, we are looking forward to CloudFest with great anticipation – we are ready to share all of the new and exciting features we have been working on, and we come with a bit of fun. Stop by our booth #B04 and talk to our team, ask questions, and, as always, participate in our exciting raffle. But don’t miss Igor Seletskiy’s session on Wednesday, March 14th at 3:20 pm in the.COM main.FORUM

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Attending CloudFest? Come hear our CEO’s security session

Attending CloudFest? Come hear our CEO's security session

This year, we are looking forward to CloudFest with great anticipation – we are ready to share all of the new and exciting features we have been working on, and we come with a bit of fun. Stop by our booth #B04 and talk to our team, ask questions, and, as always, participate in our exciting raffle. But don’t miss Igor Seletskiy’s session on Wednesday, March 14th at 3:20 pm in the.COM main.FORUM

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Attending CloudFest? Come hear our CEO’s security session

Attending CloudFest? Come hear our CEO's security session

This year, we are looking forward to CloudFest with great anticipation – we are ready to share all of the new and exciting features we have been working on, and we come with a bit of fun. Stop by our booth #B04 and talk to our team, ask questions, and, as always, participate in our exciting raffle. But don’t miss Igor Seletskiy’s session on Wednesday, March 14th at 3:20 pm in the.COM main.FORUM

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