A weekly podcast talking about the latest developments and updates from the Ubuntu Security team.
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.
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.
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS targeted at Tianfu Cup 2021 plus we cover security updates for Linux kernel, nginx, Ardour and strongSwan.
It’s release week! As Ubuntu 21.10 Impish Indri is released we take a look at some of the new security features it brings, plus we cover security updates for containerd, MongoDB, Mercurial, docker.io and more.
This week we look at a Wifi lookalike attack dubbed “SSID stripping” plus updates for ca-certificates, EDK II, Apache, the Linux kernel and even vim!
Extended Security Maintenance gets an extension, Linux disk encryption and authentication goes under the microscope and we cover security updates for libgcrypt, the Linux kernel, Python, and more.