How does HashiCorp Boundary pair with Cmd's eBPF monitoring solution for Linux?
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in Linux, DevOps, and the Cloud
By: Jake King & Shashank KS
Sudo bug delivers an easy to exploit privilege escalation vulnerability for any system user. In July of 2011, a privilege escalation vulnerability was added to the Linux sudo program (Versions Ubuntu 20.04 (Sudo 1.8.31), Debian 10 (Sudo 1.8.27), and Fedora 33 (Sudo 1.9.2) and lay dormant until researchers at Qualys identified it and published their…
By: Sean Blanton
Jake King and CTO Mike Sample discuss the latest release from HashiCorp, how Cmd and Boundary work together and reflect on the sophistication of Drovorub.
Linux’s flexibility means common developer behaviors can introduce serious security issues. We identify four scenarios and what you can do to avoid them.
This episode of the Risky Business podcast has Adam Cardillo and Curtis Simpson of HPE ITOC discuss the dual role Cmd plays in their Linux environments.
Cmd collects data about what happens on your Production Linux servers, but do you know how that data is structured, or what it contains? Read to find out.
The National Security Agency and Federal Bureau of Investigation detail a previously undisclosed Linux malware strain named “Drovorub.”
In this post, we explore some of the core ways that integrating ChatOps as part of permissions processes can improve security—and more.
TL;DR: Compliance can be a huge point of stress for cloud-first companies. In this co-written article with Audit Liaison, we’re sharing a handful of core actions to get your cloud audit-ready. Back in the “good” old days, audits involved much less data and way more paper. Today, a compliance audit can encompass massive amounts of…
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