Modernizing Your Applications with Open Source? Yes, It Can Be Done!
Learn about new additions to open source projects led by the Cisco Engineering team that are contributing more security features and functionality for Kubernetes and cloud native environments.
Improving API Quality and Security with API Insights
API Insights is an open source tool that helps developers address the quality and security of APIs earlier in the software development lifecycle, enabling them to establish and adopt API best practices.
Cisco’s API-First Motion is Driving Innovation at Scale
Free-tier developer solutions Panoptica and Calisti continue Cisco’s strategy to connect, secure, and observe modern applications.
An Action Plan to Boost Open Source Security
Last week, Cisco’s Head of Open Source, Stephen Augustus, and I joined nearly 100 executives from 37 companies and leaders from the White House and across the U.S. federal government in Washington DC at the Open Source Software Security Summit II to finalize an action plan to boost the security of open source software (“OSS”). […]
Use “Scorecards” to Check on Security of Your Open Source Projects
Watch the Snack Minute interview with Stephen Augustus, Head of Open Source at Cisco, about Scorecard and how you use them to improve the security of your project.
Is Selenium the Right Tool for Automating Your Network Settings?
If you have a repeatable device configuration task that is connected with your web interface, and you usually solve it by using a browser, then you might want to check out Selenium.
Create, Document, and Share Live Code Examples with Jupyter Notebook
Jupyter Notebook is an open-source web application used to create and share code along with narrative text. See this simple Python example that retrieves physical compute inventory claimed in Cisco Intersight.
Meet Cisco at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2021!
The ability to program a massive application by piecing together services gives us incredible flexibility. But it also presents new problems, from API security to observability. Join Vijoy at KubeCon to discuss this challenge and to introduce APIClarity, a new open source program supported by Cisco.
Nibiru ransomware variant decryptor
Nikhil Hegde developed this tool. Weak encryption The Nibiru ransomware is a .NET-based malware family. It traverses directories in the local disks, encrypts files with Rijndael-256 and gives them a .Nibiru extension. Rijndael-256 is a secure encryption algorithm. However, Nibiru uses a hard-coded string “Nibiru” to compute the 32-byte key and 16-byte IV values. The […]