Month: June 2019

OVHcloud and Binder

MyBinder and OVH partnership

Last month, OVH and Binder team partnered together in order to support the growth of the BinderHub ecosystem around the world. With approximately 100,000 weekly users of the public deployment and 3,000 unique git repositories hosting Binder badges, the need for more resources and computing time was felt. Today, we are thrilled to announce …

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Linux Kernel Vulnerabilities Affecting The Selective ACK Component

On June 18th 2019 at 7pm CEST, 4 vulnerabilities have been disclosed affecting the TCP stack of the Linux kernel. These vulnerabilities relies on an integer overflow in the Linux kernel which can lead to a kernel panic on one hand, and on an algorithmic complexity in the SACK implementation leading to CPU resource exhaustion …

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On June 11th, security researchers published a paper titled “RAMBleed Reading Bits in Memory without Accessing Them”.  This paper describes vector  against Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) modules that are already susceptible toRowhammer-style attacks. Systems using DRAM modules mitigated against Rowhammer style attacks remain protected from RAMBleed.  This vector may affects hardware products, among which some used by OVH. …

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