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Tutorial: “Decompromising” a site serving malicious iframes

August 28, 2015

Written by: Scott Shinn

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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Atomic Secured Linux™ 4.0.14 (Johnny Cab)

August 17, 2015

Written by: Jim Godwin

Atomic Secured Linux™ 4.0.14 (Johnny Cab) now available! Release Notes This is a maintenance update to ASL 4.0.14 Changelog Enhanced IPS reporting for CVE-2015-5477 Bugfix #1873 – Adds SSLProxyEngine setting to twaf when end point is https Bugfix #1872 – changing tlsserverciphers and tlsclientciphers permissions breaks qmail Bugfix #xxxx – Corrects local IP list in […]

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Atomic Secured Linux™ 4.0.13 (Maximilian)

July 20, 2015

Written by: Jim Godwin

Release Notes This is a mainteance update to ASL 4.0.13 Changelog Added ip_set_hash_ip to forced module load Updated low level portscan detection to automatically exclude localhost Modified syn scan engine to ignore half open requests on loopback Updated ASL to support new fuzzy malware detection engine Bugfix #1826 – fixes file read error in ASL […]

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Atomic Secured Linux™ 4.0.12 (Huey)

July 8, 2015

Written by: Scott Shinn

Release Notes This update includes a new remote shunning capability for the CloudFlare CDN service, and IPSET based shunning active responses. Multiple accounts are supported, as well as repeat offender detection. In order to use this with your existing CloudFlare accounts: 1) Activate Cloudflare banning in ASL Web under: Settings->ASL Configuration->Host Intrusion Detection System->Active Response: […]

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New Job Opening!

June 25, 2015

Written by: Ben Simmons

Atomicorp UI Developer Due to continued growth and customer demand, Atomicorp is looking for new UI Developers to assist with the continued development and improvement of our critically acclaimed flagship product: Atomic Secure for Linux.   Duties and Responsibilities Perform software design, development and unit testing as part of Atomicorp’s user interface development team Develop, test, […]

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[Nucleus] PHP 5.3.29-28 (Security Update)

May 21, 2015

Written by: Scott Shinn

Please note this is an important security update. It is highly recommended to upgrade to to version 5.3.29-28 PHP, and PHP Panda. Changelog– Security fix for CVE-2014-9709– Security fix for CVE-2015-2301– Security fix for CVE-2015-2783 Additionally, the following CVE does *NOT* effect Nucleus builds of PHP: * CVE-2015-1352

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[Nucleus] PHP 5.3.29-27 (Security Update)

May 12, 2015

Written by: Scott Shinn

Please note this is an important security update. It is highly recommended to upgrade to to version 5.3.29-27 PHP, and PHP Panda. Changelog: Security fix for CVE-2014-8142 Security fix for CVE-2014-9425 Additionally, the following CVE does *NOT* effect Nucleus builds of PHP: * CVE-2014-9427 — PHP-CGI Out of Bounds Read Code Execution Vulnerability Vulnerability scans […]

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