«The cloud-native ecosystem typically has the four C’s of cloud security: cloud, clusters, containers and code. Each layer builds on the next and insecurities at any layer can impact the layers that follow, such as applications deployed on insecure containers.» Csoonline sais.
Scan them with, e.g., Open-source options such as Anchore and Trivvy during or before deployment.
Google Firebird make app and user management easy and accessible. Just tested it using Android Studio and a free Spark Firebird plan. Had a blast following the basic setup guide from Firebird, utilising Google sign-in it worked like a charm.
If you are new to both Android and Firebird database and user sign-in, check out this guide from Raywenderlich.
Supporting open source, Cyberpunk/n0where.net, gives both practical tips and news for tools that a cyber security geek would love. And the best part is its rating feature for all published articles. E.g., here I found the SELKS distro.
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