ATOMIC SECURED LINUX 4.0.8 (MAINTENANCE UPDATE) NOW AVAILABLE

October 22, 2014

Written by: Scott Shinn

Release Notes This is a maintenance update to ASL 4.0.8.   Changelog Update Aum, Add new update servers Feature Request #1637, Suppress firewall errors on systems that dont support them Feature Request #1638, Suppress ip_set loading messages Bugfix #1631,  Permissions wrong on clamav signatures files Bugfix #XXX, fix for validation behind proxy with no port […]

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ATOMIC SECURED LINUX 4.0.7 (THOTH) NOW AVAILABLE

October 15, 2014

Written by: Scott Shinn

Release Notes Our Thoth release brings our first direct integration with cloud services. As part of our new expanding enterprise features, ASL 4.0.7 supports the ability to both act as a secure remote syslog server, and a transport platform to archive log data to Cloud services like Amazon Glacier. We plan to continue expanding ASL […]

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ATOMIC SECURED LINUX 4.0.6 (AUTUMN) NOW AVAILABLE

October 1, 2014

Written by: Scott Shinn

Release Notes: Atomicorp Threat Intelligence System (BETA): The Atomicorp Threat Intelligence (TI) engine is a real-time blacklist of shared intelligence sourced from the ASL community. Initially launched as a WAF module the TI engine can be enabled in ASL Web under Settings->ASL Configuration->Web Application Firewall->Atomicorp Threat Intelligence System. As the TI continues to develop, we […]

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Atomic Secured Linux™ 4.0.5 (maintenance update) now available

July 29, 2014

Written by: Scott Shinn

Release Notes This is a maintenance update to ASL 4.0.5. New features in this release includes beta support for RedHat Enterprise Linux and CentOS version 7.   Changelog   Add support for el7 (beta) Add support for Apache 2.4 (beta, el7 only) Add support for systemd (beta, el7 only) Update, aum, adds owner check on […]

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ATOMIC SECURED™ 4.0.4 (MAINTENANCE UPDATE) NOW AVAILABLE

June 25, 2014

Written by: Scott Shinn

Release Notes This is a maintenance update to ASL 4.0.4. New features in this update include support for Parallels Plesk 12.   Changelog Add suport for Plesk 12 Removed support for asl -u and asl -uf, this is now exclusively handled by aum Update genera_checks, Add abrt to service disable configuration Update database-setup, Add warning […]

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ATOMIC SECURED™ 4.0.3 (MAINTENANCE UPDATE) NOW AVAILABLE

June 10, 2014

Written by: Scott Shinn

Release Notes This is a maintenance update to ASL 4.0. New features in this update include the ability to apply the PHP security policy settings to all domain level php.ini files using the PSA_PHP_DOMAIN_POLICY setting (Default: Disabled).   Changelog   Add debian jessie detection to AUM Update cpanel build events, add  rpmbuild dependency into templates […]

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ATOMIC SECURED™ 4.0.2 (PINEAPPLE) NOW AVAILABLE

June 3, 2014

Written by: Scott Shinn

Release Notes The Pineapple release adds in the ability to share reputation data with Atomicorp about how ASL is protecting your system.  The data we collect deals with what rules are being triggered, their frequency, and the IP addresses associated with it.  We in turn are using this data to improve our malicious detection capabilities, […]

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ATOMIC SECURED ™ 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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Stopping symlink attacks with ASL

March 29, 2014

Written by: Michael Shinn

This isnt a new attack, but we’re seeing it used more often so we wanted to highlight a feature we’ve had in ASL for over a year to stop this.  Attackers discovered a way to get access to files on a shared web server in other users accounts.  This lets them get access to things like database usernames and passwords in other accounts, that they dont have access to, giving them the ability to compromise all the accounts on a system from just one single account.  They do this by one or more symlinks to other parts of the system, and you can use ASL to stop this attack.

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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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