This is my first shot at doing a basic before & after video mixed with an installation. I think my ambitions got ahead of me here since it ended up being 15 minutes long. Now I like a good video tutorial as much as the next turtle, but I think 15 minutes gets a little […]
By popular demand we’ve put together a video tutorial (one of many I hope) on how you can use ASL to solve a problem. In this episode, imagine you are an administrator of a system with multiple customers, all with different sites, applications, and owners. You cant touch the code.. and yet, the code has […]
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“We had problems with customer sites getting hacked/injected due to old third part addons in these platforms. After installing ASL, that problem has all but disappeared.”
“We trust our server security to Atomic Secured Linux because it works. We’ve used it for years and it has been essential in keeping dark forces at bay.”
Virtual patching is an invaluable tool for immediate remediation to fix vulnerabilities in web applications. Atomic Secured Linux and the Atomicorp.com/Gotroot.com modsecurity rules contain thousands of Virtual Patches which we update everyday.
Sometimes you may need to patch a vulnerability in an application that we are not aware of, such as with a custom application. This paper outlines exactly where and when Virtual Patching is appropriate, how it can be integrated into the Incident Response process, and how it can be integrated into the incident response process, and the proper steps for creating and testing real-world examples.