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COVID‑19 – One Team – One Company – #Open_solidarity

Since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared on the 30th January, we have been carefully observing how the situation has developed across the globe. Today, depending on the guidelines issued by governing healthcare authorities, our company is managing local situations in all regions where we have teams. We are doing this to guarantee our employees’ safety, …

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Welcome to OVHcloud!

As part of our company’s ongoing business evolution, we are proud to fully embrace OVHcloud as our brand. The time is right for this change – transitioning to OVHcloud reflects fully who we are today and symbolizes our future. Are you ready? The digital world around us is changing every day. It is shaping and …

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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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Intel vulnerabilities

Like all the players from the IT sector, OVH has been informed on May 14, 2019 of security vulnerabilities following the discovery of hardware vulnerabilities on Intel processors.  These new vulnerabilities are similar to previous spectrum and meltdown vulnerabilities and affect Intel’s microprocessors, which are part of the components used by OVH. Researchers have shown …

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