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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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 21 – Dirty Pipe & Nvidia’s Breach

In the 21st episode of Enterprise Linux Security, Jay and Joao discuss the recent “Dirty Pipe” vulnerability, as well as Nvidia’s recent breach.

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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 19 – The 2021 RBS Year-End Vulnerability Report

2021 is now in the past, but there’s some very interesting details in the year-end vulnerability report produced by RBS. These details give us a look at some of the trends that will impact 2022 and beyond. In this episode, Joao and Jay discuss the report and some of its findings.

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The Log4Shell Vulnerability, and CrowdSec’s Community Response

TheLog4Shell vulnerability is taking the Internet by storm, and it’s already being used for real-world attacks. In this video, Jay discusses the details around Log4Shell vulnerability in Log4j, and also CrowdSec’s community-based response to the situation.

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