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New vulnerability makes it easy to escape from the container

New vulnerability makes it easy to escape from the container

CVE-2016-4997 and CVE-2016-4998 were issued for a vulnerability that lets user inside container to escalate priveleges and escape the containment. The issue affects Virtuozzo, OpenVZ, LXC and Docker containers.

If you are running KernelCare -- your servers are already patched, and safe. If you have yet to deploy KernelCare -- please, make sure you upgrade a kernel on your server and reboot. Or use our 30 days trial to patch up the issue https://cloudlinux.com/kernelcare-free-trial5

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Comments 2

Guest - Troy on Monday, 27 June 2016 17:23

I just decided to try kernelcare yesterday. Problem is, CloudLinux hasn't released an official kernel for some time now for version 7, and because of various vulnerabilities we've had to use beta kernels. I can't get kernelcare to work because the beta kernels are not recognized. Please get us a production kernel soon so we can implement kernelcare!

I just decided to try kernelcare yesterday. Problem is, CloudLinux hasn't released an official kernel for some time now for version 7, and because of various vulnerabilities we've had to use beta kernels. I can't get kernelcare to work because the beta kernels are not recognized. Please get us a production kernel soon so we can implement kernelcare!
Guest - Maxim on Monday, 27 June 2016 18:03

Roll back to Stable kernel. Install kernelcare and use it for safe.

Roll back to Stable kernel. Install kernelcare and use it for safe.
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