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.
You can’t test your way out of security vulnerabilities (at least when writing your code in C), plus we cover security updates for Intel Microcode, vim, Wayland, the Linux kernel, SQLite and more.
Alex talks with special guests Nishit Majithia and Matthew Ruffell about a recent systemd regression on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS plus we cover security updates for Dnsmasq, the Linux kernel, poppler, .NET 6, rust-regex and more.
On this week’s episode we dive into the Shikitega Linux malware report from AT&T Alien Labs, plus we cover security updates for the Linux kernel, curl and Zstandard as well as some open positions on the team. Join us!
An increased rate of CVEs in curl is a good thing, and we’ll tell you why, plus we cover security updates for the Linux kernel, Firefox, Schroot, systemd and more.
This week we cover the debate around the decision in Ubuntu 22.10 to disable presenting platform security assessments to end users via GNOME, plus we look at security updates for zlib, PostgreSQL, the Linux kernel, Exim and more.
This week we take a look at the recent announcement of .NET 6 for Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, plus we cover security updates for the Linux kernel, Booth, WebKitGTK, Unbound and more.
Finally, Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS is released and we look at how best to upgrade, plus we cover security updates for NVIDIA graphics drivers, OpenJDK, Django, libxml, the Linux kernel and more.
This week we dig into what community sponsored security updates are all about, plus Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS gets delayed by a week and we cover security updates for MySQL, the Linux kernel, Samba, Net-SNMP and more.
This week we’re diving down into the depths of binary exploitation and analysis, looking at a number of recent vulnerability and malware teardowns, plus we cover security updates for FreeType, PHP, ImageMagick, protobuf-c and more.