CrowdSec Engine 1.5 is officially here!
CrowdSec Engine 1.5 brings you new features, major enhancements, and more control of your security management.
Malicious Open-Source Components Threatening Digital Infrastructure
Henrik Plate, lead security researcher at Endor Labs, discusses the dual-edged nature of open-source software. Learn more here.
OpenSSF CTO Shares Insights on Open-Source Security Challenges
Brian Behlendorf, CTO at OpenSSF, shares insights on leading the OpenSSF and addressing open-source security challenges.
VPS vs VPN: Unraveling the Mystery Behind These Buzzwords
Many individuals and businesses rely on two popular services for security, privacy, and performance: VPS and VPN.
KeePass Flaw Allows Retrieval of Master Password, PoC is Public
A vulnerability in KeePass can be exploited to retrieve the master password from the software’s memory, says the researcher...
How to Change SSH Port in Linux
In this tutorial, we'll show you how to change the SSH port in Linux systems, so you can have...
KeePassXC 2.7.5 Password Manager New Features, Support
KeePassXC 2.7.5 now has an “Allow Screen Capture” option in the View menu as well as support for the...
Never Leak Secrets to Your GitHub Repositories Again
GitHub is making push protection, a security feature designed to automatically prevent the leaking of secrets to repositories, free...