The KernelCare team strives to help make sure you never miss a critical patch. In October, we worked to provide you with simple instructions on how live patching of Linux kernels and shared libraries can help you protect your business and grow it steadily.
The beta testing for KernelCare+ has finished, and KernelCare+ is now available to purchase! It patches shared libraries and Linux kernels, and you do not need to reboot! You can enjoy enhanced protection from CVEs like Heartbleed and Ghost with minimal downtime.
Remember KernelCare’s UChecker - free and open-source libraries scanner? Here is a video review with instructions on how to deploy and use it.
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Explore KernelCare Blog to read even more useful guides:
- A Guide to Memory Vulnerabilities in the Linux Kernel — Everything you ever needed to know about Linux Kernel vulnerabilities, and some ways you can mitigate memory corruption issues linked to these.
- Linux Kernel Vulnerabilities to Know (and Mitigate Without Reboot) — Explains why it is essential for Linux administrators to scan servers regularly for vulnerabilities and patch them when they are found. It highlights how devastating the fallout can be from an unpatched system and explains how KernelCare+ can help you avoid this.
We are always on the lookout for new CVEs; however, preemptive measures never hurt. Explore our series of articles about Linux kernels and shared libraries vulnerabilities, plus sign up to be notified about the next KernelCare patches releases.
What running EOL OS means for your business? Learn your options for managing such OS and make an informed decision on whether to migrate or opt for Extended Life Cycle support.
KernelCare is proud to have clients from various industries. It makes us even happier when you find time to reflect on our work together and share your experience. Read this case study to find out how the University of Zagreb eliminated downtime whilst saving its money with KernelCare.
Do you feel like sharing your experience with KernelCare? Drop us a line at email@example.com, and we will get back to you for a quick interview.
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