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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Atomic Secured 4.0.11 (Milton)

April 8, 2015

Written by: Scott Shinn

Release Notes Our Milton release includes many new and exciting features, including EL7 support (Centos, Redhat), Atomic Rev Limiter, Lua based Web Application Firewalls, mod_security 2.9, and extensions to real-time anti-malware detection. Atomic Rev Limiter Atomic Rev Limiter is a resource management system that allows fine grained control of CPU, Memory, and Disk I/O for […]

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Atomicorp Threat Intelligence System

December 10, 2014

Written by: Michael Shinn

As some users may have noticed we quietly added a new feature to Atomic Secured Linux (ASL), the Atomicorp Threat Intelligence system. Right now the TI is only applied to web events, but we will be rolling the TI into other services as well in the coming months, so the TI will be protecting other services such as mail, FTP, ssh and others. We’ll also be adding it into the ASL firewall so you can automatically blacklist IPs in the various TI databases as you see fit.

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ATOMIC SECURED LINUX 4.0.10 (MAINTENANCE UPDATE)

December 8, 2014

Written by: Scott Shinn

Release Notes This is a maintenance update to ASL 4.0.10.   Changelog  Update, AUM, add randomizer to hourly update check event.  Update, firewall, add new atomicorp IP’s to update policy  Update, firewall, add FW_ENABLE_IPV6 (default yes), this enables/disables ipv6 support in the kernel  Update, web_check,add checks for HonorCipherOrder, add vulnerability tests for new Ciphers and […]

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ATOMIC SECURED LINUX 4.0.9 (MAINTENANCE UPDATE)

November 19, 2014

Written by: Scott Shinn

Release Notes This is a maintenance update to ASL 4.0.9, new features in this release includes the Roll Back Configuration system (RBC). RBC Features: 1) backs up files before making changes to /var/asl/rbc/ 2) reverts to the most recent backup if an error is encountered writing Changelog Add Roll Back Configuration system Update, firewall, add […]

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