A weekly podcast talking about the latest developments and updates from the Ubuntu Security team.
This week saw the unexpected release of Ubuntu 20.04.6 so we go into the detail behind that, plus we talk Everything Open and we cover security updates including Emacs, LibreCAD, Python, vim and more.
The Ubuntu Security Podcast is on a two week break to focus on Everything Open 2023 in Melbourne next week - come hear Alex talk about Securing a distribution and securing your own open source project in person if you can.
This week we dive into the BlackLotus UEFI bootkit teardown and find out how this malware has some roots in the FOSS ecosystem, plus we look at security updates for the Linux kernel, DCMTK, ZoneMinder, Python, tar and more.
This week the common theme is vulnerabilities in setuid-root binaries and their
use of environment variables, so we take a look at a great blog post from the
Trail of Bits team about one such example in the venerable
chfn plus we look at
some security vulnerabilities in, and updates for the Linux kernel, Go Text, the
X Server and more, and finally we cover the recent announcement of Ubuntu
After the announcement of Ubuntu Pro GA last week, we take the time to dispel some myths around all things Ubuntu Pro, esm-apps and apt etc, plus Camila sits down with Mark and David to discuss the backstory of Editorconfig CVE-2023-0341 and we also have a brief summary of the security updates from the past week.
The Ubuntu Security Podcast is back for 2023! We ease into the year with coverage of the recently announced launch of Ubuntu Pro as GA, plus we look at some recent vulns in git, sudo, OpenSSL and more.
For our final episode of 2022, Camila is back with a special holiday themed discussion of the security of open source code, plus we hint at what is in store for the podcast for 2023 and we cover some recent security updates including Python, PostgreSQL, Squid and more.
This week we cover Mark Esler’s keynote address from UbuCon Asia 2022 on Improving FOSS Security, plus we look at security vulnerabilities and updates for snapd, the Linux kernel, ca-certificates and more.
This week we look at a recent report from Elastic Security Labs on the global Linux threat landscape, plus we look at a few of the security vulnerabilities patched by the team in the past 7 days.
After a longer-than-expected break, the Ubuntu Security Podcast is back, covering some highlights of the various security items planned during the 23.04 development cycle, our entrance into the fediverse of Mastodon, some open positions on the team and some of the details of the various security updates from the past week.
It’s the release of Ubuntu 22.10 Kinetic Kudu, and we give you all the details on what’s new and improved, with a particular focus on the security features, plus we cover a high priority vulnerability in libksba as well.