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ATOMIC SECURED â„¢ 4.0.1 NOW AVAILABLE

May 21, 2014

Written by: Michael Shinn

Atomicorp™ is proud to announce the release of Atomic Secured Linux™ 4.0.1. The only complete end to end security solution for Linux™ based systems. This is a maintainance release of ASL, that includes a few new features.  All users of ASL 4 are encouraged to upgrade. New features: Mod_Security 2.8.0 Update Firewall, Change of default […]

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Atomic Secured ™ 4 is here!

March 19, 2014

Written by: Michael Shinn

Better, Faster, Secure: Pick any Three

 

Atomicorp™ is proud to announce the release of Atomic Secured Linux™ 4. The only complete end to end security solution for Linux™ based systems.

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[asl-3.0] ASL 3.2.18 Maintenance update (Pandabat)

February 10, 2014

Written by: Scott Shinn

Release NotesThis maintenance update improves complex rule management for WAF events, and updates monitoring for additional exim log files. Changelog– Revoke monitoring exim rejectlog– Bugfix #XXXX, Update for WAF rule manager– Retire 71000 dynamic waf rule range To Upgrade1) Read the release notes:https://www.atomicorp.com/wiki/index.php/Atomic_Secured_Linux#ASL_3.2_Release_Notes 2) aum -uf 3) asl -s -f

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[asl-3.0] ASL 3.2.17 Maintenance update (Tyres)

February 3, 2014

Written by: Scott Shinn

Release NotesThis maintenance update improves complex rule management for HIDS events, and adds monitoring for additional exim log files. Changelog– Add detection for exim log files– Bugfix #1433, Rule manager, correct complex rule editing condition To Upgrade1) Read the release notes:https://www.atomicorp.com/wiki/index.php/Atomic_Secured_Linux#ASL_3.2_Release_Notes 2) aum -uf 3) asl -s -f

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[asl-3.0] ASL 3.2.16 Maintenance update (Snow)

January 21, 2014

Written by: Scott Shinn

Release NotesThis maintenance update enables better template management for HIDS updates, and allows an NFS exception to be applied to the security policy through the ALLOW_NFS setting. Setting SYSTEM_TYPE to “custom” is no longer required to allow NFS services. Please note this does not activate or otherwise configure NFS, for that you will need to […]

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[asl-3.0] ASL 3.2.15 Maintenance update (2014)

January 6, 2014

Written by: Scott Shinn

Release NotesHappy New Year! We give your our first maintenance update for 2014 code named…. 2014. Our last release, Mantis, was dedicated to the Mantis Shrimp: http://theoatmeal.com/comics/mantis_shrimp This release is mainly focused on supporting the new OSSEC platform, version 2.7.1. Changelog– Add support for new ossec platform– update ignored files for integrity checks– Bugfix #XXX, […]

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Atomicorp Releases PHP 5.3.27 CVE-2011-4718 Security Fix

August 28, 2013

Written by: Ava Mutchler

In response to the PHP 5.23.27 vulnerability CVE-2011-4718, Atomicorp has produced a security fix and has updated the Atomicorp Nucleus Repository to include this change. This fix solves the Session fixation vulnerability (CVE-2011-4718) in the Sessions subsystem in PHP before 5.5.2 allows remote attackers to hijack web sessions by specifying a session ID. Additional information […]

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Atomicorp First to Release PHP 5.3.27 Security Fix

August 19, 2013

Written by: Ava Mutchler

In response to the PHP 5.23.27 vulnerability CVE-2013-4248 as detailed in the National Vulnerability Database release of 08-18-13, Atomicorp has produced a security fix and has updated its Nucleus Repository to include this change. This is currently distinguished to be the first CVE-2013-4248 security fix in the industry. The CVE-2013-4248 vulnerability is described as follows: […]

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Atomicorp Releases Nucleus PHP 5.3 Repository

July 16, 2013

Written by: Ava Mutchler

Atomicorp is pleased to announce the release of the Nucleus Repository. This commercial archive will fill the support needs created by the end of life status of PHP 5.3 and will provide PHP 5.3 and related legacy support packages for Redhat, CentOS, and Cloudlinux versions 5 and 6 including: • PHP 5.3 API and Security Updates […]

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Atomicorp CTO to Speak at OSSEC Con 2013

July 16, 2013

Written by: Ava Mutchler

Atomicorp CTO, Scott Shinn, will be keynote speaking at the OSSEC Con 2013 conference to be held in Cupertino, California on July 25 and 26th. OSSEC (Open Source Security) is an Open Source Host-based Intrusion Detection System that performs log analysis, file integrity checking, policy monitoring, rootkit detection, real-time alerting and active response.

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