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Nebulon bakes bare-metal Linux ransomware protection into the bootloader

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Smart infrastructure vendor Nebulon today announced that its latest offerings provide newly hardened backups for configuration and snapshots, in an effort to add a new tool to the antiransomware arsenal for Linux systems.

The idea, according to Nebulon, is to protect against the problem of misconfigured servers and dated server configurations in Linux systems. This is a particularly serious problem in IT shops where configuration and patch management aren’t handled in a centrally organized way.

Nebulon’s new service works using the same principle as its existing smart infrastructure offerings, which are delivered via PCIe cards–here, the system periodically writes “known-good” configurations of the bootloader to the system, which can’t be touched by ransomware attackers, according to Gartner Research senior director and analyst Tony Harvey.

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