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Blog posts tagged
"livepatch"


Canonical
19 September 2023

라이브패치(Livepatch)에 새로운 13개월 슬라이딩 지원 기간이 있습니다. 여러분에게 어떤 의미가 있을까요?

Security Security

라이브패치는 시스템을 즉시 재부팅할 필요 없고 런타임에 중요하고 높은 보안 커널 공통 보안 취약성 및 노출(CVE)을 수정하는 유용한 툴입니다. 그러나 정기적인 유지 관리 기간 및 재부팅을 대체하는 용도로 사용해서는 안 됩니다. 좋은 기업 정책에는 시스템이 안정적이고 안전하게 유지되도록 라이브패치와 정기적인 재부팅이 모두 포함되어야 합니다. 그 이유는 펌웨어 또는 장치 드라이버 업데이트와 같은 일부 시스템 CVE는 ...


ijlal-loutfi
13 April 2023

Livepatch has a new 13-month sliding support window – What does it mean for you?

Security Livepatch

The Livepatch tool is a valuable solution for resolving critical and high-security kernel CVEs without requiring an immediate system reboot. However, it is not a substitute for regular maintenance windows and reboots, as some CVEs still require a system reboot. Additionally, Livepatch only covers security-related kernel updates, not non-s ...


ijlal-loutfi
13 April 2023

Canonical Livepatch gets even better – Now supporting Hardware Enablement Kernels

Security Article

Livepatch allows Ubuntu users to fix critical and high kernel vulnerabilities at runtime, which reduces the need for unplanned reboots. Until now, Livepatch has only been available for Long-Term Release (LTS) kernels, but starting with the release of Ubuntu’s interim release of 23.04 Lunar Lobster in April 2023, it will also be available ...


Rajan Patel
28 February 2022

An overview of live kernel patching

Cloud and server Article

Learn how Canonical improves security on Linux with live kernel patching. Track Livepatch activity over time in Landscape. ...


Hugo Huang
22 November 2021

FIPS on Google Cloud

Cloud and server Article

In August 2016, the United States government announced a new federal source-code policy, which mandates that at least 20% of custom source code developed by or for any agency of the federal government must be released as open-source software (OSS). The memo of this policy also states that the Federal Government spends more than $6 ...


Canonical
14 September 2021

Ubuntu Livepatch on-prem reduces downtime and unplanned work on enterprise environments!

Canonical announcements Article

London, United Kingdom – Canonical announces Ubuntu Livepatch on-prem, an enhancement to its Ubuntu Livepatch service enabling organisations to take control of their kernel livepatching policy. Designed for complex enterprise environments that follow their own patch rollout policy, Ubuntu Livepatch on-prem provides the basis for an effici ...


Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos
13 September 2021

Managing Livepatch on-prem

Cloud and server Article

Ubuntu Livepatch is the service and the software that enables organizations to quickly patch vulnerabilities on the Linux kernel. It enables uninterrupted service while reducing fire drills during high and critical severity kernel vulnerabilities. With Ubuntu Livepatch on-prem we enhance our service to enable enterprises manage on private ...


Linux kernel Livepatching

Cloud and server Article

Ubuntu Livepatch is the service and the software that enables organizations to quickly patch vulnerabilities on the Ubuntu Linux kernels. Livepatch provides uninterrupted service while reducing fire drills during high and critical severity kernel vulnerabilities. It is a complex technology and the details can be confusing, so in this post ...


Canonical
26 March 2021

Livepatch 2021-03-24 incident investigation report

Canonical announcements Article

Description A defective livepatch for kernel 4.4 in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial) was not caught in internal testing processes because the defect was a race condition, triggered by workload-specific behaviour, under load. The livepatch would cause the madvise system call to block indefinitely, and thus cause lockup to the processes using the ...


Kris Sharma
12 January 2021

PostgreSQL: The PgMiner botnet attacks & Postgres database security

Ubuntu Article

Assuring the security of PostgreSQL and all open source database systems is critical as many learned with the PgMiner botnet attacks in December 2020. Having an understanding of, and visibility into, how these attacks happen and following standard best practices is the best way to make sure that your data is not at risk. This ...


Lech Sandecki
17 December 2020

Migrating to Ubuntu LTS: six facts for CentOS users

Cloud and server Article

Considering migrating to Ubuntu from other Linux platforms, such as CentOS? Find six useful facts to get started! ...


Lech Sandecki
8 December 2020

Ubuntu 16.04 LTS upgrade vs extended security maintenance

Ceph Article

Weighing the options with an Ubuntu 16.04 upgrade Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Xenial Xerus is transitioning from its five-year standard security maintenance window in four months, leaving many asking the question: can I manage an Ubuntu 16.04 LTS upgrade by April 2021, or do I need more time to plan this migration? In the Less than ...


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