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Red Hat BeLux TechMonth



Overview

It’s Red Hat BeLux TechMonth! Each year, we were able to catch up with you during our Tech Day. Have a drink, enjoy some good food and share loads of knowledge. Unfortunately, this year we can only offer you the knowledge-part (for now) and hope to make the rest up to you very soon.

We have so much we want to share with you. So, in order to make it ‘easy digestible’, we’re slicing up our Tech Day into bite size chunks over the period of 1 month. You can find the detailed agenda below.

We look forward to seeing you during one – or even better – all of the sessions below.
To make it as easy as possible for you, we’ve created 1 registration form and just 1 link to enter all the sessions.
However, please indicate in the form which sessions you’re interested in following so we know how many guests we may welcome.

Register here for the Red Hat BeLux TechMonth!

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Red Hat Insights Integration



Integrating your monitoring system with Red Hat Insights

We live in a world where we both need to focus on adapting new IT solutions and increasing operational efficiency. This is why we need to start working smarter and more proactively. The Red Hat Insights Integration can be configured and maintained by Open-Future.

With every Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) subscription, you get free access to Red Hat Insights. This is an advanced analytics service. It greatly helps increase operational efficiency with very little effort. This blog entry is about how you can connect Red Hat Insights Integration work with your existing operational processes. It explains on how to help you work more proactively.

Read the whole article here.

Here you can find information about our solutions.


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Zabbix Certified Training Center



Open-Future is Zabbix certified training center! Not really hot news anymore because we are for some years now. But we recently renewed our certification, once more!

And be sure, we will continue to do so.

Find here our Zabbix trainings offerings.


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Red Hat Reports a Flow in Sudo



Description

Red Hat reports a flow in sudo. They found a heap-based buffer overflow in the way sudo parses command line arguments. This flaw is exploitable by any local user. Counts for normal users and system users, sudo-ers and non-sudo-ers, without authentication. Meaning: the attacker does not need to know the user’s password. Successful exploitation of this flaw could lead to privilege escalation. The highest threat from this vulnerability is to data confidentiality and integrity as well as system availability.

Read here the complete article.