Don’t wait for scheduled downtime to apply patches to shared libraries while they’re vulnerable to attacks like:
Attackers exploiting this OpenSSL request validation flaw could read a server’s memory, then gain control of it. This vulnerability still exists on many systems, even though patches for it have been available since 2014.
Attackers exploiting this glibc buffer overflow flaw could use gethostby functions to make network requests that enabled them to gain control of a server.
A 20-year-old vulnerability that allows a specially configured web server to have access to credentials entered in a different web server, through improper behavior in libcurl.
Dedicate More Time to Other Critical Tasks
Say goodbye to your current drawn-out patching workflows and spend up to 70% less time patching CVEs so that you can focus more time on building innovative features and staying competitive.
Eliminate the Hidden Costs of Maintenance Windows
Ensure continuous, uninterrupted service for your users by applying CVE patches to shared libraries while your systems are running – so you don’t need to announce scheduled maintenance windows.
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