5 Bad Reasons to Update Your Linux Kernel
KernelCare Blog

Webinar, Thu, May 9: “The Importance of Live Patching for Kernel Vulnerabilities”

Organizations use cloud services like AWS to be more agile and more profitable. This doesn’t stop them spending millions of dollars on cybersecurity, investing in network defense and end-point protection, hiring consultants, and purchasing threat intelligence reports. But companies still get hacked, and still suffer data breaches and server compromises, often traceable to out-of-date software,

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5 Bad Reasons to Update Your Linux Kernel
KernelCare Blog

KernelCare Named The Exclusive Advanced Technology Partner at AWS for Linux Kernel Live Patching

At KernelCare, we strive to make our IT products well engineered, beautifully designed, and simple to use. That’s why we couldn’t be more proud to be named as the exclusive advanced technology partner for Linux Kernel Live Patching. It truly is a testament to our mission.

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5 Bad Reasons to Update Your Linux Kernel
Articles

Why you should automate Linux kernel updates

Linux doesn’t self-update. The major vendors support unattended updates, but kernel patches mean reboots. An unpatched kernel is a vulnerable one. This article looks at the dilemma Linux system administrators face in trying to keep servers safe without rebooting them, and what they can do to resolve it.

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5 Bad Reasons to Update Your Linux Kernel
KernelCare Blog

KernelCare at 2019 RSA Conference—See You There?

KernelCare will be at the 2019 RSA Conference in San Francisco, USA.

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5 Bad Reasons to Update Your Linux Kernel
KernelCare Blog

Top 10 Benefits of Live Patching with KernelCare

This short post lists the 10 main benefits of KernelCare.

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5 Bad Reasons to Update Your Linux Kernel
KernelCare Blog

KernelCare live patches ‘Mutagen Astronomy’

It is Fall in the Northern Hemisphere, and everyone’s out gazing into the clear dark skies when they should be indoors looking after their servers. Why?  Because yet another 10-year-old flaw has been found in the Linux kernel, this time in the create_elf_tables() function, that, when subject to an integer overflow condition, can allow root-level privileged code

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5 Bad Reasons to Update Your Linux Kernel
KernelCare Blog

The Low Down on High End Kernel Patching

We’ve just published a Technical White Paper called KernelCare: Live Kernel Patching for Linux. It covers what KernelCare is, how it works and why you need it. We give an overview of setting up custom patch servers, both within and without firewalls, and we show what the patch management GUI looks like. We explain what

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5 Bad Reasons to Update Your Linux Kernel
KernelCare Blog

KernelCare Now Supports the UEK for Oracle Linux

UPDATE as of August 28th: UEK version 4 is now also supported! If you are running the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK), which is included as part of Oracle Linux, you already know that it is optimized for stability and security for enterprise cloud workloads. The UEK includes enhancements that benefit Oracle Database, middleware, applications and

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5 Bad Reasons to Update Your Linux Kernel
KernelCare Blog

KernelCare and GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679 is a regulation in the EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union. It also addresses the export of personal data outside the EU. The GDPR aims primarily to give control to citizens and residents over their personal data and to

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