Antonio Terranova, Author at TuxCare

Is the Ghost bug still haunting your servers?

Forgotten vulnerabilities can come back to haunt you. It’s just too easy to assume that you’ve patched or upgraded thoroughly enough so that a dangerous, widely reported vulnerability is no longer dangerous.

But, in reality, your security team may have missed a critical patch – or you might have unknowingly acquired an unpatched workload. For example, by purchasing additional technology solutions or because your organization acquired or merged with another.

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Why your servers can still suffer from (a) Heartbleed – and what to do

It’s now more than seven years since the discovery of Heartbleed, a dangerous OpenSSL exploit that affected millions of systems when it was discovered. That’s a very long time ago, so why are we posting another article about Heartbleed?

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Oracle Linux Extended Support: Overview of Linux Support Services

Full, comprehensive support from software vendors almost always have an end date. At some point, vendors need to focus their resources on supporting newer releases of an operating system which means that full support is cut off somewhere between five and ten years after a specific version is released.

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