Enterprise Linux Security Episode 42 – Do NOT Fire Your Security Team!

Recent news of Patreon firing their security team is making the rounds online, and in this episode, Jay and Joao will talk about this very strange story and some takeaways from it.

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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 40 – Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery

Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery is huge concept when it comes to application deployment nowadays, and with good reason. Automating the compilation, testing, and other aspects of the development process increases efficiency and reliability. Security is another layer of a good CI/CD system, and in this episode, Jay and Joao discuss CI/CD and the security aspects of the popular deployment style.

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CrowdSec Console First Look – A Free and Awesome Security Dashboard for Linux Servers

CrowdSec is an Intrusion Prevention System that does things a bit differently than other IPS solutions. It’s collaborative, and open-source. CrowdSec has been featured on LearnLinuxTV a few times in the past, but in this video we’ll explore the CrowdSec Console, which allows you to monitor the security events of your Linux servers from an impressive web dashboard. In this video, we’ll get an overview and see it in action!

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Note: This is not a review, but an overview of a security solution that Learn Linux TV is actually using in real-life.

Enterprise Linux Security Episode 35 – Top 25 Dangerous Software Weaknesses

In this episode, Jay and Joao discuss a recent report that identifies the “Top 25 most dangerous software weaknesses.” This list includes the usual suspects, as well as some very interesting findings as well. In addition, the descriptions of the common weaknesses serves as a good jumping in point if you’re new to this podcast.

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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 32 – MySQL for Everyone!

Are you a fan of MySQL? What if we told you that there’s an infinite supply of it online, right out in the open?! It’s literally as bad as it sounds! In this episode, Jay and Joao discuss how over 3.6 million MySQL instances are publicly available, as well as other forms of unintended public access.

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