Managing Hardcoded Secrets to Shrink Your Attack Surface 

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The practice of hardcoding secrets—such as authentication credentials, passwords, API tokens and SSH Keys—as non-encrypted plain text into source code or scripts has been common in software development for many years. It is an easy way to save time and labor, but it is also highly insecure. The issue is that anyone with access to […]
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Continuous Delivery Foundation Adds Interoperability Project

Fri May 20 , 2022
Spread the loveAt a CDEventscon event this week, the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) announced it is hosting a CDEvents project through which it hopes to create a vendor-neutral specification for defining the format of event data across multiple services, platforms and systems. Andrea Frittoli, open source developer advocate at IBM, […]