As the Linux Foundation's Zephyr Project celebrates its fifth anniversary, it has become apparent that addressing constrained device security challenges is more critical than ever. Luckily, the Zephyr Project is rising to meet these challen...
Endlessh is an SSH tarpit that very slowly sends an endless, random SSH banner. It keeps SSH clients locked up for hours or even days at a time. Learn about Endlessh and how it helps secure SSH servers.
The Solarwinds security blunders have raised awareness of the importance of protecting software supply chains from unauthorized changes. Now, the Linux Foundation and partners have created a new free cryptographic software signing service to improve open-source program security.
croc is a free and open-source command line tool for secure file transfers between computers. It uses relay-assisted peer-to-peer transactions and end-to-end encryption via password-authenticated key exchange. The program is written in Go and is available for Linux, Windows, macOS and *BSD. Learn about croc's key features and see how easy it is to use croc to send a file or folder in this Linux Uprising tutorial.