Cross-Site Request Forgery is a pretty well known security vulnerability, yet many developers still fail to secure their applications. Let’s discuss this!
Cross-site Request Forgery or CSRF is a well known security vulnerability. But what is SSRF?
How do you scale a network to global proportions? The answer is the Internet Protocol. Let’s dive into it.
Kubernetes first major security hole is out… does this mean Kubernetes is not secure? What can we learn from it?
Kubernetes won the container wars… allegedly. However, Kubernetes is still hard and causing a lot of grief.
How do you run multiple networks over the same physical network? How do virtual LANs work?
Ethernet is one of the most fundamental protocols underpinning todays internet. It is so fundamental that we often take it as granted and don’t even think about it.
I’ve talked about immutable objects in clean code before, but what exactly are they? Why do we use them?
I’ve received the same question from a fair number of people: why would you even use interfaces?