A weekly podcast talking about the latest developments and updates from the Ubuntu Security team.
Ubuntu 21.04 goes EOL soon, plus we cover security updates for Django, the Linux kernel, Apache httpd2 + Log4j2, Ghostscript and more.
The Ubuntu Security Podcast is back for 2022 and we’re starting off the year with a bang💥! This week we bring you a special interview with Kees Cook of Google and the Linux Kernel Self Protection Project discussing Linux kernel hardening upstream developments. Plus we look at security updates for Mumble, Apache Log4j2, OpenJDK and more.
Happy holidays! This week we bring you the second part of a special two-part holiday themed feature by Camila from the Ubuntu Security team discussing how best to protect yourself and your systems from the top cyber threats faced during the holidays.
Happy holidays! This week we bring you the first part of a special two-part holiday themed feature by Camila from the Ubuntu Security team discussing the top cyber threats faced during the holidays.
Just in time for the holidays, Log4Shell comes along to wreck everyone’s weekend - so we take a deep dive into the vulnerability that has set the internet on fire, plus we cover security updates for BlueZ, Firefox, Flatpak and more.
A preview of some things to come for the Ubuntu Security Podcast plus we cover security updates for Samba, uriparser, libmodbus, MariaDB, Mailman and more.
A gnarly old bug in NSS is unearthed, plus we cover security updates for ICU, the Linux kernel and ImageMagick as well.
This week we put out a call for testing and feedback on proposed Samba updates for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS plus we look at security updates for Mailman, Thunderbird, LibreOffice, BlueZ and more.
This week we discuss some of the challenges and trade-offs encountered when providing security support for ageing software, plus we discuss security updates for the Linux kernel, Firejail, Samba, PostgreSQL and more.
This week we look at some details of the 29 unique CVEs addressed across the supported Ubuntu releases in the past 7 days and more.
The road to Ubuntu 22.04 LTS begins so we look at some of its planned features plus we cover security updates for the Linux kernel, Mailman, Apport, PHP, Bind and more.