The Snare Linux Agents are not affected directly by the Ghost vulnerability, but the customer will need to patch their Operating System to a minimum of glibc-2.18. The version 7 Snare Server/Agent Management Console is not affected, however the version 6 Snare Server/Agent Management Console will require a patch to the glibc, with expected patch […]
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If you’re dealing with any form of payment card data, starting on January 2015, security audits will need to prove PCI 3.0 compliance. Banks, card brands and regulators are stepping up action in the face of recent significant breaches in name brand companies. If you are running the unsupported open source agent for event logging, […]
All versions of the Snare Server prior to v6.3.5 are running a vulnerable version of Bash, known as the Shellshock vulnerability (CVE-2014-6271, CVE-2014-7169, CVE-2014-7187, CVE-2014-7186) (http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-security/cve/2014/CVE-2014-7169.html). If you are running a previous version, it is recommended that you upgrade your Snare Server to version 6.3.5 (released 29-SEP-2014) as soon as possible to ensure that your […]
Congratulations to our very own Steve Challans for winning the ICT Professional of the Year in the 2014 South Australian and Northern Territory iAwards. Awarded to an ICT industry professional for outstanding innovation, commitment and achievement in their field and dedication to promoting the ICT profession. The ICT industry is made up of tens of thousands […]
The Prophecy International Holdings Group (ASX:PRO) is pleased to announce the integration of the Snare Enterprise Agents with the Solutionary ActiveGuard® platform. Solutionary is a next generation managed security services provider (MSSP), and part of the NTT Group (NYSE:NTT). The integration of ActiveGuard and Snare provides customers with complete end-to-end security and visibility into their environments […]
New features of Snare Server v6.3 include: Support was added into the collection system for the AppleBSM audit events provided by the new Snare Enterprise Agent for OSX An option was added to the Configuration Wizard to allow customers to disable the daily Pre-Cache functionality, if instructed by a Snare Support Representative. This option disables […]
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