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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 38 – De-anonymizing Ransomware Domains

When Ransomware attacks begin spreading, how would officials go about finding the source? Most of the time, finding the culprit(s) behind cyber-attacks is a very challenging task. In this episode of Enterprise Linux Security, Joao and Jay discuss some methods that were recently used to de-anonymize ransomware domains.

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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 37 – System Administrator Appreciation Day 2022

System Administrators are the heroes we need, and in today’s episode of Enterprise Linux Security, we celebrate Sysadmin Day 2022 and the many people that work tirelessly to keep our servers running.

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Enterprise Linux Security Episode 36 – First Live Episode!

In episode 36 of the Enterprise Linux Security podcast, Jay and Joao record an episode live for the first time.

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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 34 – How one business lost Everything

What would it be like to suffer a cyberattack event, that literally closes down an entire business? That’s exactly what happened to United Structures of America, a steel manufacturing company. In this episode, Jay and Joao discuss what happened, and some of the lessons learned that should cause other organizations to take a hard look at how insecure their own systems are.

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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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