Skyscrapers blog by tag: transparency

AWS and Linode XEN updates

Published on March 2, 2015 by Frederik Denkens

A couple of days ago, the world learned about a new security issue in the virtualisation software XEN. This component powers many clouds. The exact details of the issue are under embargo until March 10, after which they will be made public.  We manage hosting-platforms for our customers on various providers, including Amazon Web Services […]

We had a busy week: Shellshock and XSA-108

Published on October 1, 2014 by Frederik Denkens

One of the things customers expect from us, is that we manage the security risks of their cloud-environments. To show our job is never finished, last week we got treated to 2 big security threats in the cloud. This article gives some detail on the events and how we handled them. Shellshock Last week Wednesday 24/9 […]

How the Skyscrapers are dealing with Heartbleed

Published on April 11, 2014 by Frederik Denkens

By now you’ve probably heard about the “Heartbleed bug”. It’s a scary name for a scary security problem. The problem lies in one of the main software components that is used to protect many sites on the internet. Many of our customers rely on it for securing their applications. As transparency is one of our […]

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