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Announcing the Ribose Retrace Challenge + Rewards

The "retrace" project We’ve been working on an open source project called "retrace". retrace (with a lower "r") is a versatile security vulnerability / bug discovery tool through monitoring and modifying the behavior of compiled binaries on Linux, OpenBSD/FreeBSD/NetBSD (shared object) and macOS (dynamic library). It can be used to...

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Tech post: AWS: Converting CentOS and Red Hat AMIs to EXT4

It’s a well known fact that Red Hat and CentOS use XFS for their default file system so it should come as no surprise that this default is reflected in the most frequently used Red Hat-based AMIs on AWS EC2. These distributions used to default to EXT4 but that time...

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New feature: all Ribose emails now cryptographically signed with PGP

With email phishing and spoofing increasingly common today, many people are lulled into a false sense of despair. Yet there are methods to combat them, and the most oft-used one is cryptographic signing of emails. Since last week, Ribose cryptographically signs all emails to you via PGP to allow you...

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Talk at CSA HKM Knowledge Sharing Event in Hong Kong Polytechnic University

We are proud to share that our own Jeffrey Lau will be giving a talk at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University today At the talk, an official CSA HKM Knowledge Sharing Event, Jeffrey will be speaking about the Management of SaaS-Specific Risks. SaaS (software-as-a-service) has almost become a necessity to...

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