Network Status

[Global] Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities [Update]

[14:00 update]

Dear LeaseWeb customer,

To mitigate the vulnerabilities associated with the Meltdown and Spectre exploits, we have scheduled an emergency maintenance window to patch all of the systems/platforms that could potentially be affected. For more information please refer to the following maintenance announcement:

Please keep an eye on our NOC updates for further information.

For more information about specific OS patches you can check the following official security update links:
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Debian -
FreeBSD - 
Ubuntu -
VMWare -
Windows -

Original post:

Dear LeaseWeb customer,

Leaseweb is aware of and currently tracking the recently disclosed “speculative execution” vulnerabilities, Spectre and Meltdown, that are present on most modern computer processors. 

We support customer solutions across numerous platforms that leverage a variety of types of hardware. We are currently assessing all of our infrastructure and customer-related environments and will take all necessary actions to mitigate these vulnerabilities at the earliest opportunity. 

If you manage your own operating system, we suggest that you check your patch levels and upgrade if needed. Please be aware that the patch will require a reboot to be implemented.

Sincerely, LeaseWeb Data center naming system is explained here:

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