Month: May 2021

home-assistant-builds-on-codenotary

Houston, May 25 2021 – CodeNotary Inc., the leading provider of zero trust protection for DevOps, brings digital trust, integrity, and transparency to the de-facto standard for home automation software Home Assistant. Software supply chain attacks have already affected many of the largest companies in the world. The SolarWinds attack contaminating more than 18,000 customers …

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when-digital-certificates-fail

Digital Certificates Digital certifications are a center-piece in modern secure Internet communications. They are meant to establish trust and support verifying integrity. They for example ensure that we are talking to the legitimate bank website, or that our computers are downloading unmodified updates from the vendor infrastructure and not from somewhere else. The use of …

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immudb-release-1-0

The CodeNotary team is excited to announce the release of version 1.0 of its immutable database immudb, now with support for SQL and the new TimeTravel(™) feature. immudb is the first database to provide tamper-evident data management, immutable history and client-cryptographic proof. Every change is preserved and can’t be changed without clients noticing. Clients do …

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cnil-2_2

HOUSTON, May 17th, 2021 — CodeNotary ( www.codenotary.com ), the immutability specialist that provides end-to-end tamper proof protection for software development and workloads, has released version 2.2 of its flagship product CodeNotary Immutable Ledger (CNIL). CNIL is available cloud based or self-hosted to deploy and run anywhere. This release is an important step for our …

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immutable-infrastructure

What is Immutable Infrastructure? Immutable infrastructure is a paradigm in which IT services, servers and deployments are never modified after they’re deployed, but rather replaced. This approach mitigates risks like the half-failure scenario, where a change step fails, leaving unusable infrastructure. This approach plays well with declarative approaches like Infrastructure-as-Code, where Infrastructure is created from …

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