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Where are you using WebAssembly?
Wasm promises to let developers build once and run anywhere. Are you using it yet?
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At work, but not for production apps
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I don’t use WebAssembly but expect to when the technology matures
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STORIES BY Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols — PAGE 2
Aqua Security Uncovers Major Kubernetes Attacks
Bram Moolenaar, Author of the Open Source Vim Code Editor, Has Died
Npm Security Woes Continue Amidst a Series of CDN Attacks
Kevin Mitnick: A Hacker Hero Has Died
GitHub Leverages Passkeys to Enhance User Security
SCARLETEEL Fine-Tunes AWS and Kubernetes Attack Tactics
Sonatype Offers Its Malicious Source Code Blocker as a Service
Nvidia Uses OpenStack Swift Storage as Part of Its AI/ML Process
Microsoft Adopts OpenInfra Kata Containers Security on Azure
Canonical Shrinks OpenStack for Small Clouds with Sunbeam
Open Source May Yet Eat Google’s and OpenAI’s AI Lunch
Can You Stop Cloud Breaches in Real Time?
First-Ever Dero Cryptojacking Targets Kubernetes Infrastructure
Red Hat Launches OpenStack Platform 17.1 with Enhanced Security
The First Kubernetes Bill of Materials Standard Arrives
Unlocking DevSecOps’ Potential Challenges, Successes, Future
Chainguard Unveils Speranza: A Novel Software Signing System
Compiled Python Code Used in a New PyPI Attack
PyPI Strives to Pull Itself Out of Trouble
Chainguard Improves Security for Its Container Image Registry
Red Hat Has Finally Given CentOS 7 a Cloud Upgrade Plan
Bitwarden Moves into Passwordless Security
Lineaje Unveils SBOM360 Hub for Software Bills of Materials
AWS Open Sources Security Tools
GitOps as an Evolution of Kubernetes
Mirantis Updates k0s Lightweight Kubernetes Distro
SUSE Unveils Rancher 2.7.2, Enhanced Kubernetes Management
Kubernetes 1.27 Arrives