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immudb release candidate 0.6.0

Dear community. We’re proud to announce the first Release Candidate of immudb! After months of hard work, the team felt […]

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File Integrity Monitoring & Change Management

The term “file integrity monitoring” was introduced in 2001 as a security specification as part of the PCI standard. What […]

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How to trust WeTransfer when sending or receiving files

Most of you have either send or received files and documents using the amazingly simple WeTransfer service. Whenever some digital […]

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PGP keys, digital security for documents and software and much more threatened by existing SHA-1 exploits

Several years ago, SHA–1 was already in the news as hash collision could be proven. That means the SHA1 calculation […]

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Bug or digitally signed? The weird world of digital certificates!

When working with digital certificates and signing files or executables, its never a simple thing to do. After obtaining a […]

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Linux: protecting configuration files

No matter if you’re running a linux environment on premise or in a cloud instance using any distribution (i. e. […]

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Use GitHub Actions for validated builds

GitHub Actions provide a very simple way for GitOps pipelines as you don’t need an additional CI/CD tool. You could […]

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Fully trusted GitLab Pipeline

As you noticed already, our goal is to make the CodeNotary integration as easy as possible for you. That’s the […]

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Validated builds using CircleCI

As CircleCI is one of the most popular CI/CD tools in the market, it was no surprise to us that […]

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GitHub Actions go live Nov 13th and so do our Verify actions

GitHub Actions go live on November 13th and we’re in the last 2 weeks of the beta. Being part of […]

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