A weekly podcast talking about the latest developments and updates from the Ubuntu Security team.
This week we talk about more BootHole-like vulnerabilities in GRUB2, a Spectre exploit found in-the-wild, security updates for xterm, screen, Python, wpa_supplicant and more.
This week we look at vulnerabilities in Samba, GDM, AccountsService, GOsa and more, plus we cover some AppArmor related Ubuntu Security community updates as well.
This week we cover news of the CITL drop of 7000 “vulnerabilities”, the Ubuntu Security disclosure and embargo policy plus we look at security updates for pip, blueman, the Linux kernel and more.
This week we cover security updates for NTP, Brotli, Spice, the Linux kernel (including BleedingTooth) and a FreeType vulnerability which is being exploited in-the-wild, plus we talk about the NSAs report into the most exploited vulnerabilities as well as the release of Ubuntu 20.10 Groovy Gorilla.
It’s CVE bankruptcy! With a deluge of CVEs to cover from the last 2 weeks, we take a particular look at the ZeroLogon vulnerability in Samba this week, plus Alex covers the AppArmor 3 release and some recent / upcoming webinars hosted by the Ubuntu Security team.
This week we look at security updates for the X server, the Linux kernel and GnuTLS plus we preview the upcoming AppArmor3 release that is slated for Ubuntu 20.10 (Groovy Gorilla).
This week we farewell Joe McManus plus we look at security updates for Firefox, Chrony, Squid, Django, the Linux kernel and more.
This week we talk antivirus scanners and false positives in the Ubuntu archive, plus we look at security updates for QEMU, Bind, Net-SNMP, sane-backends and more.
This week we look at the Drovorub Linux malware outed by the NSA/FBI plus we detail security updates for Dovecot, Apache, Salt, the Linux kernel and more.
This week we discuss the recent announcement of a long-awaited native client for 1password, plus Google Chrome experiments with anti-phishing techniques, and we take a look at security updates for OpenJDK 8, Samba, NSS and more.