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‘Shellshock’ Bash vulnerability

Sep 29, 2014 | by tasaro

Over the last week, several vulnerabilities in GNU Bash have been discovered and are being referred to as “Shellshock”. Using these vulnerabilities an attacker can remotely execute commands, thereby compromising the machine. To make matters worse, many common configurations provide vectors for this attack, making it a serious problem. Many Linux distributions have already provided […]

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Summer Conferences 2014

Jun 12, 2014 | by Linode Support

Linode will be exhibiting at several upcoming conferences this summer. Stop by our booth, chat up our crew and learn all about what’s new at Linode. Check out the full list below of where our team will be and we’ll see you there!   SouthEast LinuxFest | Charlotte, NC | June 21-23 Started in 2009, […]

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Heartbleed OpenSSL Vulnerability

Apr 8, 2014 | by Linode Security

On April 7, 2014 a vulnerability (CVE-2014-0160, also known as “Heartbleed”) was released that could allow attackers to view sensitive information in a server’s memory such as secret keys and passwords. Given the severity of this problem, Linode has taken the necessary steps to keep our customers and their information safe from potential attacks. Am […]

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Spring Conferences 2014

Feb 21, 2014 | by Linode Security

This Spring we’ll be sponsoring several conferences. If you’ll be attending any of these events, stop by our booth to say hello and get some Linode swag! PyCon April 9-17 Booth #715 Montreal, Canada – For the 4th year in a row, Linode is pleased to sponsor PyCon US! PyCon is the largest annual gathering […]

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Rails Rumble 2013

Oct 18, 2013 | by Linode Security

This year marks the sixth year that Linode has sponsored the Rails Rumble . Once again, 500 teams will be competing over a 48 hour period to design, develop, and deploy a Ruby on Rails application. After 48 hours is up, a panel of design and development experts will pick the top 10 projects based […]

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2013 Spring Conferences

Feb 28, 2013 | by Linode Security

This spring we’re pleased to be sponsoring several conferences. If you plan to attend, we hope you’ll stop by and pay us a visit! SXSW March 8-17 Austin, TX – SXSW’s unique blend of music, film, technology, and culture attracts thousands of enthusiasts and professionals each year. This year’s conference promises to be one of […]

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Full Linode support in libcloud

Sep 14, 2009 | by Linode Security

Many of you have requested it, and it is my privilege to announce full libcloud support for the Linode API! libcloud is a standardization effort undertaken by the founders of Cloudkick to cope with standardizing cloud providers’ APIs. It has been my honor to work with Alex Polvi and libcloud’s contributors on integrating the Linode […]

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CPU Usage Graphs

Jun 17, 2006 | by Linode Security

CPU usage graphs are now availible from the Member’s site. Two graphs are displayed, one covering the last 24 hours and another covering the last 30 days. Like the network traffic graphs, these graphs are generated in real time but the data they are based on is updated every five minutes. Endless refreshing won’t increase […]

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HTTP-Retrievable Bandwidth Stats (in XML)

Mar 30, 2004 | by Christopher Aker

EFudd (and others) have suggested a method to poll bandwidth usage without having to log into the LPM. So, I’ve whipped up a little script you can hit via http, that outputs your bandwidth stats in XML. [code]http://www.linode.com/members/bw/?user=[linodeUsername][/code] The http request must come from one of the IPs of [linodeUsername]. There is no access control […]

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Fix for console rebooting on hosts13-19

Mar 13, 2004 | by Christopher Aker

Yesterday evening I fixed a configuration issue that prevented [reboot|boot|shutdown] via Lish (console) on hosts 13-19. -Chris

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