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Posts from Date:   2014-9

The shellshock bug: the known unknowns make me worry!

by Joerg Fritsch  |  September 26, 2014

Sometimes you have a gut feeling. And sometimes you should trust this feeling. I personally believe that this shellshock bug is far more serious than Heartbleed. I say that for a number of reasons. When I first looked at the CVE database entry (cve-2014-6271) I saw that NIST had assigned it a score from 10 […]

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New research on Leveraging the DevOps Toolchain to Automate andSecure “Stuff”

by Joerg Fritsch  |  September 15, 2014

A while ago I blogged about DevOps and how clients that run their data center on commercial off the shelf software should think about DevOps. As to date nothing truly blends DevOps automation and security, in my new research note titled “Leveraging the DevOps Toolchain to Automate and Secure Virtualization, Private Cloud and Public Cloud […]

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