Protecting Against $120mm Invoice Scam Loss Using Blockchain

    $120 million, that was the price tag for Google and Facebook. Over the last few years, a hacker named Evaldas Rimasauskas scammed the two corporate giants out of significant amount of cash with an attack known as business email compromise aka invoice fraud. Rimasauskas has since been caught and was recently sentenced for […]

Guarantee Trust of Your Company’s Deployed DevOps Assets with Blockchain

    In DevOps, where teams can constantly be rearranged and sorted for different purposes, the ability to form groups or change their member status is important. Up until recently, CodeNotary strictly offered the easy visualization and verification of containers and all other existing code/digital assets signed by an individual. Now, enterprises can guarantee the […]

Storing Sensitive Customer Data in a Blockchain-based Solution

    Intro Once data is on the blockchain, it’s there forever. Blockchains are permanent, immutable storage with no way to revert, delete, or undo the data that has been written to them. Due to the fundamental nature of a blockchain and every node replicating the ledger at a regular clip, the surface size hackers […]

Protecting the Integrity of Your Downloads (Part #3)

    Intro In the first two installments of this series (here and here), we discovered current best practices for ensuring file integrity when downloading from the web, the potential dangers they have, and traditional ways of verifying a downloaded file’s integrity using checksums. In this blog, we will dive deeper into the process of […]

What Docker Notary Doesn’t Do

    If you pull from say Docker Hub, modify an image and then upload the new image to a different hosting service, say your company’s personal, non-Docker affiliated repo, how will you know if the original image was authentically safe and verifiably untampered? In the DevOps process, various teams (dev, test, stage, prod) or […]