On this home team episode of the podcast, Ben, Cassidy, and Matt talk about small computers, big nostalgia, and security flaws that you could script a truck through.
When the bots came for us, we strengthened our defenses. Here's what we learned about parrying a few DDoS attacks.
Security needs to move from an afterthought to a primary concern in software development. Here's what shifting left looks like for real-world developers.
The home team discusses pay equity at New Relic, Okta’s security SNAFU, and the AI creating “wildly good” generative art.
OAuth2 is one of the most popular specifications for API authentication today, though wrapping your head around it can be a challenge.
When the Log4j security issue was disclosed, developers came looking for answers. We took a look at our site data around it.
For this edition of Stack Overflow Knows, we did a deep dive into cybersecurity topics across Stack Overflow and Stack Exchange sites to spotlight trends and reflect on how conversations are evolving within the developer and technical community.
We take a detailed look at a hacking incident that gave a user unauthorized access to our code and data.