There is a lot of attention being paid to continuously updating servers to patch security vulnerabilities on Linux servers running in data centers – a basic step underpinning technology infrastructure in every industry. Yet, staff resources to de…Read More Dealing with security vulnerabilities on data center servers requires more skilled staff
The worldwide server market grew 12% year over year to $20.9 billion during the first quarter of 2021 (1Q21), according to IDC. Worldwide server shipments grew 8.3% year over year to nearly 2.8 million units in 1Q21. Sales of volume servers were up 15….Read More Worldwide server market reaching $20.9 billion during 1Q21
The SolarWinds compromise in December 2020 and the ensuing investigation into their build services put a spotlight on supply chain attacks. This has generated a renewed interest by organizations to reevaluate their supply chain security posture, lest t…Read More 3 areas of implicitly trusted infrastructure that can lead to supply chain compromises
A code audit of Exim, a widely used mail transfer agent, has revealed 21 previously unknown vulnerabilities, some of which can be chained together to achieve unauthenticated remote code execution on the Exim Server. They have all been fixed in Exim v4….Read More 21 vulnerabilities found in Exim, update your instances ASAP!
In the wake of the Microsoft Exchange ProxyLogon zero-day and F5 BIG-IP security exploits earlier this year, many are questioning if and when should researchers publish proof of concepts for vulnerabilities and associated patches. Hafnium hackers were …Read More Is it OK to publish PoC exploits for vulnerabilities and patches?
In an era when security threats morph daily and compliance regulations get more complex every year, creating a solid and up-to-date security program is crucial. Here’s how to do it….Read More Top Four Essentials for Your Security Policy