This past month in cybersecurity:
- Mysterious ‘Silver Sparrow’ Malware on Macs
- Myanmar Draft Cybersecurity Law
- Kia Motors $20 Million Ransomware Attack
- Kroger Data Breach
- Malicious Firefox Extension ‘FriarFox’
Over the years, we’ve had multiple clients come to us and mention that they had a previous “penetration test” or “vulnerability assessment” performed only to receive a report containing only vulnerability scanner results, like OpenVas or Nessus.
While those reports are undoubtedly useful, they don’t replace the depth and coverage that a high-quality penetration test or vulnerability assessment provides.
To help standardize application security testing, OWASP has created a standard called ASVS (Application Security Verification Standard).
If you use Hexo for your blog, you know how easy it is to create a beautiful and user-friendly experience for your followers. Even better, Hexo is entirely open-source, which means you are free to customize the code to work best for your needs.
We’ve known for a while that we need a clean way for new visitors to subscribe to our blog. We put it off because we imagined a significant design and implementation effort to integrate it into our MailChimp email list.
Bri loves tinkering with open-source code, and she recently discovered a straight-forward way to modify our Hexo theme (Minos) and allow new visitors to subscribe to our mailing list.
Ready to add this functionality to your blog? Read on!
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