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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 33 – Patch your Confluence Server!

Atlassian software is constantly under attack, and often the source of many lost weekends for IT admins. Recently, a brand-new vulnerability has been discovered – CVE-2022-26134. This particular vulnerability is remotely exploitable, and has been listed as critical. In this episode, Jay and Joao discuss this vulnerability, as well as some of the struggles around Atlassian software in general.

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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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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 31 – How NOT to Research Security

A “researcher” with a screen name of “Sockpuppets” decides to demonstrate how insecure some specific online resources are, in the worst way possible. You can’t make this stuff up! In this episode, Jay and Joao discuss what this individual wanted to accomplish (and what happened instead).

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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 30 – Tools & Utilities

There are many tools and utilities around security and network management, and in this episode of Enterprise Linux Security, Jay and Joao discuss some of their favorites.

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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 29 – High Level Threats

In this episode, Jay and Joao unpack some recent news around the BVP47 vulnerability, and some very interesting details around it and how it came to be. This is one of those “spy thriller” type episodes, so don’t miss it!

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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 28 – Second Factor Authentication

Through the course of the podcast so far, Jay and Joao have discussed foundational topics, as well as news and current trends. In this episode, second factor authentication is discussed. This foundational episode will go over what it is, why you should use it, and also some of the things that can potentially weaken its benefit.

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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 27 – People Problems

In the industry, we spend a great deal of time hardening our security, doing our due diligence when it comes to patching, implementing firewalls, avoiding EOL software, as well as many other aspects of our security focus. But unfortunately, even a well thought out implementation of common security controls can be rendered useless if we miss the low hanging fruit – such as training our employees and making sure they understand how serious security is, and how they can help. In this episode, Jay and Joao will discuss that and more.

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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 26 – The State of Enterprise Linux Security Management

We talk a lot about patching on this podcast, and the reason for that is because a lot of organizations don’t seem to handle this important aspect of security very well. A recent patching report from the Ponemon institute seems to reflect this, and the stats regarding patching definitely don’t look good. In this episode of Enterprise Linux Security, Jay and Joao discuss some of the findings within this report.

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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 25 – News Roundup

In the 25th episode of Enterprise Linux Security, Jay and Joao catch up on a few things in the news, including the results of a recent Internet Crime Report, and more!

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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 24 – The Latest on Lapsus$

The situation surrounding Lapsus$ is becoming more and more interesting, and in this episode of Enterprise Linux Security Jay and Joao discuss the latest developments regarding the group that has caused quite a ruckus recently.

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