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Why You Need to Upgrade...

PHP 7.4, the most popular PHP 7 version, stopped receiving security updates after the end of life on November 28, 2022. Running WordPress websites on outdated PHP versions like 7.4...

Understanding Cloud-Native Security and Its...

An increasing proportion of critical business infrastructure today exists in the cloud. Companies are investing more and more in digital assets and tools every day. In some industries, workflows are...

Heartbleed Vulnerability and Risk Compliance:...

The Heartbleed vulnerability, which came to light in April 2014, had significant implications for IT risk compliance and exposed the vulnerabilities within many organizations’ security infrastructures. We have already discussed...

The Art of Patch Management...

A common misconception in the world of Linux is that patch management is a straightforward process – that, once you’ve got your Linux system up and running, all you need...

What is Meant By Embedded...

Embedded Linux refers to a scenario where an embedded system employs an operating system that utilizes the Linux kernel. This Linux distribution will be specifically designed for an embedded system;...

Role of AI in content...

A NewsGuard research discovered the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the production of content farms that not only lack usefulness but also restrict access to real and important material....

When Is Information “Too Much...

You’ve surely noticed the trend – it’s hard to miss if you’ve been paying attention. Changelogs have been getting more and more sparse, especially in the last year or so....

Remote code execution attack: what...

Cybercriminals use a range of strategies to target vulnerable systems – and remote code execution (RCE) attacks are one of the most common strategies. Indeed, according to the 2020 Global...

Bad Reasons to Update Your...

Freshen up with something new and improved – if it’s as simple as applying a software update…. well, why not? That’s a tempting argument to make for things like updating...

Stack unwinding in AArch64 processors:...

KernelCare Enterprise’s Linux kernel live patching software has supported ARMv8 (AArch64) in addition to x86_64 (Intel IA32/AMD AMD64) for some time now. However, to get KernelCare running on ARM, you’ll...

Strategies for Managing End-of-Life Operating...

End-of-life software is just a fact of our fast-paced technology life. Tech teams know that they need to manage the software lifecycle. Teams also know they must avoid running out-of-support...

Think You Can’t Afford Consistent...

Look, everyone knows that it’s a tough act. Thousands of CVEs are added to the list every month – all in the context of a technology environment that grows relentlessly...

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