A weekly podcast talking about the latest developments and updates from the Ubuntu Security team, including a summary of the security vulnerabilities and fixes from the last week as well as a discussion on some of the goings on in the wider Ubuntu Security community.
This week we look at a recent report from Elastic Security Labs on the global
Linux threat landscape, plus we look at a few of the security vulnerabilities
patched by the team in the past 7 days.
After a longer-than-expected break, the Ubuntu Security Podcast is back,
covering some highlights of the various security items planned during the 23.04
development cycle, our entrance into the fediverse of Mastodon, some open
positions on the team and some of the details of the various security updates
from the past week.
It's the release of Ubuntu 22.10 Kinetic Kudu, and we give you all the details
on what's new and improved, with a particular focus on the security features,
plus we cover a high priority vulnerability in libksba as well.
Ubuntu Pro beta is announced and we cover all the details with Lech Sandecki and
Eduardo Barretto, plus we cover security updates for DHCP, kitty, Thunderbird,
LibreOffice, the Linux kernel, .NET 6 and more.
Finer grained control for unprivileged user namespaces is on the horizon for
Ubuntu 22.10, plus we cover security updates for PCRE, etcd, OAuthLib, SoS,
Squid and more.
You can't test your way out of security vulnerabilities (at least when writing
your code in C), plus we cover security updates for Intel Microcode, vim,
Wayland, the Linux kernel, SQLite and more.