Docker for Automating Honeypots or Malware Sandboxes

Docker became very popular in the last few years for being such a flexible tool to isolate processes in so called containers. If you haven’t played with it yet, I highly recommend you to watch my free course on Docker Security. But if you have, I’d like t…

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From dotCloud to Docker

Have you heard about dotCloud? If you haven’t, I’m going to give you a hint: it is a PAAS company. Another hint: eventually, dotCloud open-sourced their container engine. That container engine became Docker. (more…)

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Use Docker to simplify development workflows

Overview During my ongoing work on TinyDevCRM, I realized I need this ability to trace / audit / lock down dependencies while also not adversely impacting my development velocity during the MVP phase (where dependencies come and go in a game of musical ch... (more…)

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