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Canonical helps DeNA lower operational cost of always-on service

By Canonical on 12 December 2017

DeNA is one of the most popular mobile and online platforms in Japan, offering games, e-commerce, entertainment, healthcare, and automotive services. The always-on DeNA infrastructure is powered by Ubuntu. When Canonical released Livepatch…

DeNA is one of the most popular mobile and online platforms in Japan, offering games, e-commerce, entertainment, healthcare, and automotive services. The always-on DeNA infrastructure is powered by Ubuntu. When Canonical released Livepatch…

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Security Team Weekly Summary: December 7, 2017

By Canonical on 7 December 2017

The Security Team weekly reports are intended to be very short summaries of the Security Team’s weekly activities. If you would like to reach the Security Team, you can find us at the #ubuntu-hardened channel on FreeNode.…

The Security Team weekly reports are intended to be very short summaries of the Security Team’s weekly activities. If you would like to reach the Security Team, you can find us at the #ubuntu-hardened channel on FreeNode.…

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Security Team Weekly Summary: November 16, 2017

By Canonical on 16 November 2017

  The Security Team weekly reports are intended to be very short summaries of the Security Team’s weekly activities. If you would like to reach the Security Team, you can find us at the #ubuntu-hardened channel on FreeNode.…

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Security Team Weekly Summary: November 9, 2017

By Canonical on 9 November 2017

The Security Team weekly reports are intended to be very short summaries of the Security Team’s weekly activities. If you would like to reach the Security Team, you can find us at the #ubuntu-hardened channel…

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Security Team Weekly Summary: November 2, 2017

By Canonical on 2 November 2017

The Security Team weekly reports are intended to be very short summaries of the Security Team’s weekly activities. If you would like to reach the Security Team, you can find us at the #ubuntu-hardened channel…

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Security Team Weekly Summary: October 26, 2017

By Canonical on 26 October 2017

The Security Team weekly reports are intended to be very short summaries of the Security Team’s weekly activities. If you would like to reach the Security Team, you can find us at the #ubuntu-hardened channel on FreeNode.…

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Security Team Weekly Summary: October 12, 2017

By Canonical on 12 October 2017

The Security Team weekly reports are intended to be very short summaries of the Security Team’s weekly activities. If you would like to reach the Security Team, you can find us at the #ubuntu-hardened channel on FreeNode.…

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Kernel Team Summary – July 19, 2017

By Canonical on 19 July 2017

This newsletter is here to provide a status update from the Ubuntu Kernel Team.There will also be highlights provided for any interesting subjects the team may be working on. If you would like to reach the kernel team, you can find us at…

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Kernel Team Summary- June 8, 2017

By Canonical on 8 June 2017

Introduction This newsletter is to provide a status update from the Ubuntu Kernel Team. There will also be highlights provided for any interesting subjects the team may be working on. If you would like to reach the kernel team, you can…

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Canonical Kernel Livepatch Service now available for Ubuntu 14.04 LTS!

By Canonical on 6 June 2017

We are pleased to announce that we have extended our Canonical Kernel Livepatch Service to users running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS! The Canonical Kernel Livepatch Service enables runtime correction of critical security vulnerabilities in the kernel…

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Dirty COW was livepatched in Ubuntu within hours of publication

By Dustin Kirkland on 31 October 2016

If you haven’t heard about last week’s Dirty COW vulnerability, I hope all of your Linux systems are automatically patching themselves… Why?…