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Weekly Blog Wrap-Up (December 25-...

Welcome to the TuxCare Weekly Blog Wrap-Up – your go-to resource for the latest insights on cybersecurity strategy, Linux security, and how to simplify the way your organization protects its...

Microsoft Storm-1152 Crackdown: Stopping Threat...

In a significant stride against cybercrime, Microsoft has declared victory in dismantling cybercrime operations of Storm-1152. This group, a major player in the cybercrime-as-a-service (CaaS) ecosystem, was involved in selling...

Debian 12.4 Arrived with 65...

The third ISO update to the current stable Debian 12 series, Debian 12.4, has arrived superseding Debian 12.3. Debian 12.3 was delayed due to an issue in the EXT4 file...

Impact of Debian 10 EOL...

Debian 10 will reach the end of life on June 30, 2023 Vulnerabilities found after the end of life will remain unpatched TuxCare’s ELS for Debian 10 extends the lifecycle...

Securing Networks: Addressing pfSense...

In recent findings by Sonar, critical security vulnerabilities have emerged within the widely-used open-source Netgate pfSense firewall solution, potentially exposing susceptible appliances to unauthorized command execution. These pfSense vulnerabilities, comprising...

Above 30% Apps at Risk...

An alarming 38% of applications that use the Apache Log4j library use the versions susceptible to security vulnerabilities. One of them is a critical vulnerability, Log4Shell (CVE-2021-44228), for which patches...

Importance of IoT Live Patching:...

The conventional patching method necessitates a reboot. Live patching eliminates the need to reboot the system. KernelCare IoT automates patching for Linux-based IoT devices.   With so many ecosystems woven...

Kyivstar Cyber Attack: Ukraine Telecom...

Ukraine’s largest telecom operator, Kyivstar, was recently shut down after falling prey to a cyberattack. The Kyivstar cyber attack left millions of Ukrainians without access to cellular or internet services....

SLAM Attack: New Vulnerability Targets...

In a groundbreaking revelation, researchers from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam have uncovered a formidable side-channel attack known as SLAM, posing a serious threat to the security of current and future CPUs...

UEFI Failing: What to Know...

Multiple UEFI vulnerabilities can lead to Linux, Windows, and Mac exploits LogoFAIL persists across operating system reinstallations It also extends the supply chain risks to the hardware itself   Security...

Ledger Supply Chain Breach: $600,000...

Recent events have brought to light the Ledger supply chain breach, a cybercrime incident that led to the theft of $600,000 in virtual assets. For those who don’t know, Ledger...

Ubuntu Security Updates Fixed Vim...

Vim, a powerful and widely used text editor, has recently come under scrutiny due to several vulnerabilities that could potentially compromise system security. In this article, we will delve into...

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