A weekly podcast talking about the latest developments and updates from the Ubuntu Security team.
This week the Linux kernel project announced they will be assigning their own CVEs so we discuss the possible implications and fallout from such a shift, plus we cover vulnerabilities in the kernel, Glance_store, WebKitGTK, Bind and more.
AppArmor unprivileged user namespace restrictions are back on the agenda this week as we survey the latest improvements to this hardening feature in the upcoming Ubuntu 24.04 LTS, plus we discuss SMTP smuggling in Postfix, runC container escapes and Qualys’ recent disclosure of a privilege escalation exploit for GNU libc and more.
For the first episode of 2024 we take a look at the case of a raft of bogus FOSS CVEs reported on full-disclosure as well as AppSec tools in Ubuntu and the EOL announcement for 23.04, plus we cover vulnerabilities in the Linux kernel, Puma, Paramiko and more.
For the final episode of 2023 we discuss creating PoCs for vulns in tar and the looming EOL for Ubuntu 23.04, plus we look into security updates for curl, BlueZ, Netatalk, GNOME Settings and a heap more.
Mark Esler is our special guest on the podcast this week to discuss the OpenSSF’s Compiler Options Hardening Guide for C/C++ plus we cover vulnerabilities and updates for GIMP, FreeRDP, GStreamer, HAProxy and more.
This week we take a deep dive into the Reptar vuln in Intel processors plus we look into some relic vulnerabilities in Squid and OpenZFS and finally we detail new hardening measures in tracker-miners to keep your desktop safer.
As we ease back into regular programming, we cover the various activities the team got up to over the past few weeks whilst away in Riga for the Ubuntu Summit and Ubuntu Engineering Sprint.
With the Ubuntu Summit just around the corner, we preview a couple talks by the Ubuntu Security team, plus we look at security updates for OpenSSL, Sofia-SIP, AOM, ncurses, the Linux kernel and more.
After a well-deserved break, we’re back looking at the recent Ubuntu 23.10 release and the significant security technologies it introduces along with a call for testing of unprivileged user namespace restrictions, plus the details of security updates for curl, Samba, iperf3, CUE and more.
It’s the Linux Security Summit in Bilbao this week and we bring you some highlights from our favourite talks, plus we cover the 25 most stubborn software weaknesses, and we look at security updates for Open VM Tools, libwebp, Django, binutils, Indent, the Linux kernel and more.