Starting a new CA is a lot of work. The Internet Security Research Group co-founder and director explains why they decided to build a new free, automated, and open certificate authority from scratch.
At OSCON 2016, Kelsey Gilmore-Innis gave a talk on how her small nonprofit has done some creative thinking about security.
Simple steps you can take to make your Linux system more secure.
KeePassX remembers hundreds of passwords across various applications. It also generates strong, secure passwords when you need them.
In this article, I'll analyze a few open source tools and concepts that you might use to increase privacy on the Internet for yourself.
Chief Architect for the central US at Red Hat, Thomas Cameron, will present at the 14th annual Southern Californian Linux Expo (SCaLE 14x) this year on An Introduction to Container Security and Gluster Quickstart. In this interview, Thomas to discusses container security.
In this week's Top 5, we highlight how to keep your Linux system safe, open source chat apps, a new Linux story from our series, why Vagrant?, and how to earn respect as a leader from Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst.
As the the encryption access debate heats up in the United States and abroad, Mark Bohannon weighs the consequences of revisiting the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA).
While most of the Linux community would agree that viruses don't affect Linux, there are some people we share files with who are affected by viruses and other malware.
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at the Internet Bug Bounty, a smart robotic spider powered by Snappy Ubuntu Core, and more open source news. Open source news roundup for September 6 - 12, 2015