[Action needed] Low severity vulnerability in Linux VMs
While troubleshooting a Linux VM, we recently uncovered a low severity vulnerability regarding logging into Linux VMs. A fix has been deployed to patch the issue in new VMs (i.e. VMs that are newly created from now on). Users can self-service patch existing Linux VMs.
Read more about the vulnerability and how to self-service patch this in the patch notes
Low severity vulnerability in Linux VMs patch
TL;DR: We have found a low severity vulnerability in Linux VMs. It has been patched for newly created VMs. Existing VMs can be self-service patched by downloading and running the script below. What happened? While troubleshooting a Linux VM, we ...
On the myDRE platform different types of Linux virtual machines (VMs) are available. CentOS 7.5 (is reaching its end of life) Ubuntu 20 (for GPU usage) Ubuntu 22 By default, Linux VMs have no connection to the outside world, so cannot be directly ...
We were informed that two vulnerabilities have been discovered in cURL. cURL is a popular open source library used to transfer data via URLs. As one of the most widely used open source projects, it is included in many standard Linux distributions. On ...
LINUX: issues with share RESOLVED
Issue Linux VMs were unable to correctly interact with the share, like creating folders and files. Resolution Unfortunately we have found that the Linux versions right now deployed on myDRE are too divers for a script to work correctly to fix ...
Introduction This feature is available to Workspace Accountables and Privileged Members. In a Workspace, you will most likely work with one or more Virtual Machines (VMs): either Windows- or Linux-based. When requesting a Workspace, VMs can be added ...