ClickCease Live Patching Archives - TuxCare

Latest Ubuntu Security Updates: Fixing...

Several vulnerabilities have been discovered in the Linux kernel that could lead to privilege escalation, denial of service, or information leaks. The Ubuntu security team has addressed these issues in...

Several Vulnerabilities Addressed in Ubuntu...

Ubuntu 24.04 LTS was released on April 25, 2024, with some new exciting features. Like every other release, it is not immune to vulnerabilities. Recently, the Ubuntu security team has...

New Linux Kernel Vulnerabilities Addressed...

The Ubuntu security team has addressed several security vulnerabilities within the Linux kernel for both Ubuntu 23.10 and Ubuntu 22.04 LTS releases. These vulnerabilities, if left unpatched, could potentially cause...

DinodasRAT Malware: A Multi-Platform Backdoor...

DinodasRAT, a C++-based malware, has emerged as a serious threat to Linux users. Initially discovered targeting Windows systems, researchers have recently reported a Linux variant of this multi-platform backdoor actively...

Update for KernelCare Live Patches...

Update April 8th, 2024: Updated ETA for AlmaLinux 8. Update April 8th, 2024 – #2: Updated ETA for AlmaLinux 9. Update April 9th, 2024: Live patches for both AlmaLinux 8...

Multiple Puma Vulnerabilities Fixed in...

Puma is a threaded HTTP 1.1 server used for running Ruby web applications. It facilitates communication between web browsers and Ruby applications, handling incoming requests and delivering responses. Recently, the...

X.Org X Server Vulnerabilities Fixed...

The X.Org X Server, a fundamental component of graphical user interfaces in Linux systems, recently encountered a series of vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities, if exploited, could potentially allow attackers to crash...

Linux Kernel 6.8 Released: New...

Linus Torvalds recently announced the release of Linux kernel 6.8, the latest stable version of the Linux kernel. This update brings a plethora of new features and improvements, making it...

OpenSSL Patching: A Comprehensive Guide...

Timely patching of OpenSSL vulnerabilities is essential, as attackers often exploit unpatched systems. Implementing automated patching tools minimizes the risk of human errors and ensures patching consistency. LibCare offers automated...

The Importance of Timely Patch...

Neglecting patch management for QEMU poses serious risks, including data breaches, privilege escalations, and compliance violations Timely deployment of security patches is crucial for mitigating vulnerabilities, safeguarding against potential exploits,...

Debian 12.5 Arrived with 42...

On February 10th, 2024, the Debian Project unveiled Debian 12.5, the fourth ISO update to the ongoing Debian GNU/Linux 12 “Bookworm” series. This release, which came 2 months after Debian...

Multiple Race Condition Vulnerabilities Fixed...

A race condition vulnerability usually occurs in concurrent or multi-threaded programs where multiple processes or threads access shared resources without proper synchronization. Unpredictable outcomes like data corruption, system crashes, or...

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