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Latest Xen Project Blog Posts

How To Shrink Attack Surfaces with a Hypervisor

A software environment’s attack surface is defined as the sum of points in which an unauthorized user or malicious adversary can enter or extract data. The smaller the attack surface, the better. Linux.com recently sat down with Doug Goldstein (https://github.com/cardoe or @doug_goldstein) to discuss how companies can use hypervisors to reduce attack surfaces and why […]

Request for Comment: Scope of Vulnerabilities for which XSAs are issued

Issuing advisories has a cost: It costs the security team significant amounts of time to craft and send the advisories; it costs many of our downstreams time to apply, build, and test patches; and it costs many of our users time to decide whether to do an update, and if so, to test and deploy […]

Tips and Tricks for Making VM Migration More Secure

A challenge for any cloud installation is the constant tradeoff of availability versus security. In general, the more fluid your cloud system (i.e., making virtualized resources available on demand more quickly and easily), the more your system becomes open to certain cyberattacks. This tradeoff is perhaps most acute during active virtual machine (VM) migration, when […]

Latest Planet Blog Posts

Introducing... XenServer 7.1!

We are pleased to announce the release of XenServer 7.1! Click here to learn about the new features and enhancements available in 7.1. As is customary with every new release, we encourage you to give v7.1 a spin and report any issues via https://bugs.xenserver.org. Note: We ask that you target this release exclusively for new defect reports[*]. Thank you and enjoy the latest release! [*]In case of problems with earlier releases, pre-XS v7.0 and outside of paid support, then we recommend you upgrade to the XS v7.x series.        

XOSAN Beta Phase 1

The initial Beta phase of XOSAN. Don't miss it!