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Secure applications with Keycloak authentication tool

As we look toward the future of authentication, open source tools, such as Keycloak, provide companies a way to secure applications to its specific needs.

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Kaspersky tracks Windows zero days to 'Moses' exploit author

In its second-quarter threat report, Kaspersky Lab found a rise in the use of exploits and zero-day vulnerabilities, several of which were traced to single threat actor.

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CISA unveils list of most targeted vulnerabilities in 2020

Attackers chased the headlines in 2020, going after the most publicized vulnerabilities in Citrix, Pulse Secure and Fortinet products, according to the U.S. government.

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New 'BlackMatter' ransomware gang has echoes of REvil

Although connections are being made between ransomware groups REvil and BlackMatter, the jury is still out on whether they have threat actors in common.

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    Keycloak tutorial: How to secure different application types

    IT pros and developers can secure applications with the open source IAM tool Keycloak. When you don't need to worry about passwords, it reduces the potential attack surface.

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    Secure applications with Keycloak authentication tool

    As we look toward the future of authentication, open source tools, such as Keycloak, provide companies a way to secure applications to its specific needs.

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    A private key, also known as a secret key, is a variable in cryptography that is used with an algorithm to encrypt and decrypt data.

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