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== Security updates ==
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=== Announcements ===
 * Official [[https://www.ubuntu.com/usn/|Ubuntu Security Announcements]]
 * Unofficial translations of Ubuntu Security Announcements:
  * [[http://blogs.media-tips.com/bernard.opic/category/ubuntu-security-notices/|French]]
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{{{This page is still very much place-holder. If you have time, please update it with more information.}}} === Media coverage ===
In order to stay secure, Ubuntu users should simply apply the Ubuntu security updates to their systems when they become available.
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For some vulnerabilities that are highlighted by the media, we've provided additional information as part of our !KnowledgeBase:
 * [[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SecurityTeam/KnowledgeBase/GHOST|GHOST (CVE-2015-0235)]]
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 * security updates
  * [:SecurityUpdateProcedures: Security Update Procedures]
  * Ubuntu CVE tracker link
  * mitre
  * NVD
  * oss-security link
 * Policies (FAQ could link to Knowledge{{{}}}Base)
  * policy on local DoS
  * policy on root passwords/sudo
  * policy on open network ports
  * policy on sudo
  * policy on home directory permissions
 * AppArmor docs
 * SELinux docs
=== Vulnerability Resources ===
 * [[https://launchpad.net/ubuntu-cve-tracker|Ubuntu CVE tracker]]
 * [[http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-security/cve/|Ubuntu CVE Tracker]] (web view)
 * [[http://cve.mitre.org|Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures]] (CVEs)
 * [[http://nvd.nist.gov/nvd.cfm|National Vulnerabilities Database]]
 * [[http://oss-security.openwall.org|Open Source Software Security]]

=== Update processes ===
 * [[SecurityTeam/UpdateProcedures| Security Update Procedures]]
 * [[StableReleaseUpdates/MicroReleaseExceptions]]
 * [[StableReleaseUpdates]] (SRU)
 * [[https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuBackports|Backport Requests]]

=== Update techniques ===
 * [[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SecurityTeam/UpdateProcedures#Preparing%20an%20update|How to prepare an updated package]]
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  * good upstream patches
  * micro release
  * SRU
  * -backports
 * [:DebuggingSecurity] for bug reports
  * [[SecurityTeam/BuildEnvironment|schroot/sbuild setup]]
  * [[SecurityTeam/TestingEnvironment|virtual machine setup]]
 * How to test the update
  * [[https://code.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-bugcontrol/qa-regression-testing/master|QA Regression Testing]]
  * Proof of Concept (PoC)
  * Build test suites (eg, 'make check')
 * ABI compatibility (eg, check-symbols, nm)
 * Checklists

== Policies ==
 * [[SecurityTeam/Policies|Ubuntu Security Policies]]
 * [[ApparmorProfileMigration|Creating enforcing AppArmor profiles policy]]

== Features ==
 * [[Security/Features|Feature Matrix]] (for all releases since Dapper, see the [[Security/Features/Historical|Historical Feature Matrix]].)
 * [[CompilerFlags|Security Hardening Compiler Flags]]
 * [[SecurityTeam/KnowledgeBase/AppArmorProfiles|AppArmor Profiles]]
 * [[SecurityTeam/KnowledgeBase/BuiltPIE|Applications Built with PIE]]
 * [[AppArmor]] docs
 * [[SELinux]] docs

== Process ==
 * [[SecurityTeam/BugTriage|Bug Triage]]
 * [[SecurityTeam/ReleaseCycle|Release Cycle Actions]]

== Problems ==
 * [[DebuggingSecurity]] for bug reports
 * [[DebuggingApparmor]] for bug reports dealing with [[AppArmor]] profiles

Security updates

Announcements

Media coverage

In order to stay secure, Ubuntu users should simply apply the Ubuntu security updates to their systems when they become available.

For some vulnerabilities that are highlighted by the media, we've provided additional information as part of our KnowledgeBase:

Vulnerability Resources

Update processes

Update techniques

Policies

Features

Process

Problems


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