Jack Wallen shows you how easy it is to clone a repository from GitHub. [embedded content] Git is the most widely-used distributed version control system on the planet. It’s free, open-source and can handle anything from small to massive projects. Git makes it easy to create new project repositories on . . . Read more
There was a breach, so the bad news isn’t great, but the good news isn’t too bad…
An injury to one is an injury to all. Especially if the other people are part of your social network.
11 Aug, 2022
Cryptography, cybercrime, Data loss, github, Hacking, Law & order, Malware, Microsoft, Naked Security Podcast, podcast, Privacy, quantum computing, Security News
Latest episode – listen now! (Or read the transcript if you prefer.)
If you spew projects laced with hidden malware into an open source repository, don’t waste your time telling us “no harm done” afterwards.
Latest episode – listen now!
Learn how to find out which apps you’ve given access rights to, and how to revoke those rights immediately in an emergency.
Training data stashed in GitHub by mistake… unfortunately, it was *real* data
05 Jan, 2021
Bug, github, Laminas project, PHP, RCE, remote code execution, scripting framework, Security News, Vulnerabilities, Web Security, Zend Framework
Impacted are PHP-based websites running a vulnerable version of the web-app creation tool Zend Framework and some Laminas Project releases.
15 Dec, 2020
Android Debug Bridge, Cryptocurrency, Cryptominer, CVE-2020-10987, CVE-2020-17496, Exploit, github, Gitpaste-12, Hacks, IoT, IP cameras, Linux, Malware, Monero, Pastebin, Routers, Security News, Unix, vBulletin, Vulnerabilities, Web applications, worm
The worm returned in recent attacks against web applications, IP cameras and routers. The Gitpaste-12 worm has returned in new attacks targeting web applications, IP cameras and routers, this time with an expanded set of exploits for initially compromising devices. First discovered in a round of late-October attacks that targeted Linux-based . . . Read more