Three years after the first malware attacks targeting Docker, developers are still misconfiguring and exposing their Docker servers online. Docker malware is now common, making this lackadaisical attitude toward Docker security increasingly problematic.
Thanks to my buddy Duane Dunston, MS, Assistant Professor of Information Security, Champlain College for sending this in. Duane tells me this is just the start - they'll have much more, including a security guide in the future.
The Unix Test Lab Guide (UTLG) Project is designed to explain how to configure services and software in context to a real network. There are many website tutorials and forums where you can find solutions to various technical problems. There are guides that explain how to setup a service such as DHCP or DNS. However, it often requires reviewing multiple websites to understand how those all work together.
I think most of us probably noticed Yahoo.com being down today. I didn't believe it until I did three seperate traceroutes from three different hosts with Internet backbone connections. Johnathan Dube writes ... "Yahoo! came under attack today and . . .