Exploit Code Released for a Critical Flaw in Linux Kernel eBPF on Ubuntu Machines

  Cybersecurity researcher Manfred Paul revealed the details of the code for abusing a critical flaw in the Linux eBPF (Extended Berkeley Packet Filter) kernel on Ubuntu devices. Tracked as CVE-2021-3490, this is a high-severity vulnerability that allows local attackers to exploit Ubuntu devices with relative ease.  eBPF is a kernel technology that allows user-supplied […]

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Amazon ECS Anywhere enables customers to run Amazon ECS on any infrastructure

Amazon Web Services announced the general availability of Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) Anywhere, a new capability for Amazon ECS that enables customers to run and manage container-based applications on-premises using the same APIs, cluster management, workload scheduling, monitoring, and deployment pipelines they use with Amazon ECS in AWS. Amazon ECS Anywhere provides a fully […]

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CyberLink partners with ACE Biotek for a fully automated solution to control access

CyberLink announced a partnership with ACE Biotek, by integrating its FaceMe AI facial recognition engine into ACE Biotek’s Wallie Screen Access Control and Health Screening System, providing a quick, fully automated solution to control access and check-in personnel, in addition to verifying proper mask wearing and measuring body temperature when required, to maintain a safe […]

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1Password releases full-featured desktop app for Linux

1Password has launched a full-featured desktop app for Linux, providing users with the ability to secure credentials across devices from the same 1Password app. Linux joins a roster of operating systems that are integrated with 1Password, and also allows seamless management of infrastructure secrets through the recently released Secrets Automation product – a new way […]

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