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The 5 Things Every Linux Administrator Should (and Should Not) Do When It Comes to Privileged Account Management

Posted February 3, 2014    Sarah Lieber

When it comes to privileged account management the list of things an administrator can do to protect their environment is seemingly never ending. Last week we hosted a webinar with Oracle Linux and presented a list of 5 things every Linux administrator should, and should not, do when managing privileged accounts. Given the current security…

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BeyondTrust & Oracle, The Perfect Partnership

Posted April 8, 2013    BeyondTrust Product Management

No one will dispute that Oracle is a heavyweight when it comes to the relational database market, but Oracle is far more than a one trick pony.  Oracle has a plethora of enterprise products and hardware solutions that will fit the needs of almost any business.  However the key to success for many of the…

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Oracle’s Java Hates Least-Privilege

Posted March 8, 2013    Marc Maiffret

Recently, there has been a lot of commentary and discussions about what to do about the state of security and the seemingly endless attacks that we are facing. There are, of course, many recommendations that are being made at a governmental level of how best to approach this problem through the use of information sharing…

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JRE 6 automatic upgrade to JRE 7, coming soon

Posted December 19, 2012    BeyondTrust Research Team

Starting this month, Oracle will be automatically replacing Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 6 installations with JRE 7 installations on a small amount of users’ systems (the users are randomly chosen). This will be done to ensure that the automatic upgrading mechanism is working properly. In February 2013, the last public version of JRE 6 (Java…

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4 Tips to Identify, Patch & Report on the Oracle Java Vulnerability

Posted September 7, 2012    Jerome Diggs

Last week our security research team provided some very enlightening information on a nasty Oracle Java vulnerability that until recently was a zero-day.  Oracle provided a patch for the vulnerability found in advisory (CVE-2012-4681)  and as a follow-up to the blog post by our security research team we wanted to share with you some easy…

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