We show how OpenPubkey can be used to improve SSH key management, and we look at three use cases in detail.
Docker security advisory about multiple vulnerabilities in runc, BuildKit, and Moby: We will publish patched versions of runc, BuildKit, and Moby on January 31 and release an update for Docker Desktop on February 1 to address these vulnerabilities. Additionally, our latest Moby and BuildKit releases will include fixes for CVE-2024-23650 and CVE-2024-24557, discovered respectively by an independent researcher and through Docker’s internal research initiatives.
Learn how to deploy EJBCA as a Docker container, making your infrastructure setup more modern, efficient, and flexible for your security and certificate management needs.
Learn how Docker Scout policies can help development and security teams define and achieve an ideal application security posture for organizations.
Learn how to use OpenPubkey to bind public keys to workload identities using GitHub Actions and Docker. And find out how Docker is using OpenPubkey with GitHub Actions to sign Docker Official Images and improve supply chain security.
Learn four best practices that your teams can implement to maintain a secure and reliable software delivery process with Docker Hub in Google Cloud. With these guidelines, you can leverage the benefits of open source software while safeguarding your development workflow.
We show how Docker Scout policies enable teams to identify, prioritize, and fix their software quality issues at the point of creation.
Learn about the updated Docker Official Images (DOI) signing strategy and how OpenPubkey can be leveraged to smooth the flow and decrease the number of third-party entities the verifier is required to trust.
The maintainers of curl, the popular command-line tool and library for transferring data with URLs, released curl 8.4.0 on October 11, 2023. This version included a fix for two common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs), one of which the curl maintainers rate as “HIGH” severity and described as “probably the worst curl security flaw in a long time.” But you can use Docker Scout to check whether you’re using the curl library as a dependency in any of the container images in your organization.