Read the latest updates to 21.1 and 21.8 Altinity Stable Builds for ClickHouse — built in a secure environment and signed and maintained for three years. You’ll find a security update to the 126.96.36.199 release and changes to Community Build 188.8.131.52-lts and the previous Altinity Stable 184.108.40.206.
Hacker News published a report detailing ClickHouse vulnerabilities. The good news – these were fixed months ago, and the latest Altinity Stable Builds are already updated so they are not affected.
ClickHouse and Altinity products are not subject to CVE-2021-44228 based on knowledge available today. If you run any Java applications, you should check whether they have the affected Log4J library version. Check here for advice to detect and remediate the problem.
Back in March, we told you we take the responsibility to protect customer data with the highest standards of security and it’s something we take very seriously. Today we are happy to announce that Altinity.Cloud is now SOC 2 Type II certified!
Hello, all new and experienced ClickHouse users! Our latest Altinity instructional videos have arrived, and this time they show how to harden ClickHouse security for users. In this three-part series, I demonstrate how to use the built-in ClickHouse security tools to secure user passwords, limit users to specific networks, restrict what data they have access[…]
This article continues to explore ClickHouse LDAP integration, focusing on how enterprises can unify their ClickHouse installations with the rest of their services that use LDAP.
Take advantage of ClickHouse’s build-in security features to harden your ClickHouse environment, including user hardening, network communication security, & storage hardening.
We’ve built Altinity.Cloud as the easiest, fastest and most reliable way for developers around the world to use ClickHouse. With that mission comes the responsibility to protect customer data with the highest standards of security, something we take very seriously.
ClickHouse has traditionally used XML configuration files to define server configuration including all database users. The users.xml configuration file or separate configuration files inside the /etc/clickhouse-server/users.d directory define users and properties associated with them such as profiles, network restrictions, quotas, and passwords. This approach works well for small organizations and installations but makes it hard[…]
Access control is one of the essential features of database management. Starting in late 2019 ClickHouse contributor Vitaly Baranov began to introduce robust, full-featured Role Based Access Control (RBAC). As a result of this work–which included a huge number of tests implemented by the Altinity QA team–ClickHouse can now rightfully boast enterprise level access control.[…]
ClickHouse AES encryption functions give users a powerful tool for data security and privacy. Learn how to use AES encryption in your analytic applications.
Security and privacy are critical considerations in modern data warehouses. Join us to learn about ClickHouse security best practices including locking down servers, at-rest and in-flight encryption, and preventing information leaks through logs and system tables.