A weekly podcast talking about the latest developments and updates from the Ubuntu Security team.
This week we cover security updates for the Linux kernel, PolicyKit, Intel Microcode and more, plus we look at a report of an apparent malicious snap in the Snap Store and some of the mechanics behind snap confinement.
This week we look at DMCA notices sent against Ubuntu ISOs plus security updates for nginx, DHCP, Lasso, Django, Dnsmasq and more.
This week we’re talking about moving IRC networks plus security updates for Pillow, Babel, Apport, X11 and more.
With 60 CVEs fixed across MySQL, Django, Please and the Linux kernel this week we take a look at some of these details, plus look at the recent announcement of 1Password for Linux and some open positions on the team too.
This week we look at some details of the 90 unique CVEs addressed across the supported Ubuntu releases and more.
This week we look at the response from the Linux Technical Advisory Board to the UMN Linux kernel incident, plus we cover the 21Nails Exim vulnerabilities as well as updates for Bind, Samba, OpenVPN and more.
With 21 CVEs fixed this week we look at updates for Dnsmasq, Firefox, OpenJDK and more, plus we discuss the recent release of Ubuntu 21.04 and malicious commits in the upstream Linux kernel.
This week we look at a reboot of the DWF project, Rust in the Linux kernel, an Ubuntu security webinar plus some details of the 45 CVEs addressed across the Ubuntu releases this last week and more.
This week we look at how Ubuntu is faring at Pwn2Own 2021 (which still has 1 day and 2 more attempts at pwning Ubuntu 20.10 to go) plus we look at security updates for SpamAssassin, the Linux kernel, Rack and Django, and we cover some open positions on the Ubuntu Security team too.
This week we look at 2 years of 14.04 ESM, a kernel Livepatch issue, DNS-over-HTTPS for Google Chrome plus security updates for ldb, OpenSSL, Squid, curl and more.
This week we look at security updates for containerd, Ruby, the Linux kernel, Pygments and more, plus we cover some open positions within the team as well.