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Critical Vulnerability In OpenSSL – Have You Patched?

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On Monday, security researchers at Google and Codenomicon reported a very serious vulnerability in OpenSSL, the world’s most popular encryption library used on as many as 2/3 of the internet’s web servers! This very serious flaw requires immediate attention by all companies that have encrypted websites with SSL / TLS. Lunarline patched our sites yesterday. Have you? Read on for ...

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Security & New SCAP Content

Over the past few months, we have been methodically adding bits and pieces to SCAP Sync. A blog post detailing all of our changes is long overdue, so I would like to catch you up on what we have been doing! We have introduced some new security changes and we are synchronizing lots of new data sources in order to ...

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SCAP Sync: CVE Applicability

We rolled out some major upgrades to SCAP Sync this week! We will be highlighting its new capabilities in a series of upcoming blog posts. Our goal is to show you how you can use SCAP Sync in your day-to-day security work to improve productivity and automate tedious workflows. The first new feature that we are covering is CVE Applicability. This ...

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SCAP Sync Content Feed

Over the weekend, Lunarline rolled out several new features to SCAP Sync. In this post, I am going to point out three of my favorite new features: it is easier to use, it has a feed for monitoring updated SCAP content, and it has version history for SCAP Content. By the way, if you are going to be at the ...

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