The Non-Technical Changelog: Insights of 6 Months Development

The Non-Technical Changelog Lessons learned between our last and current release The Lynis project team is proud to announce a new release of our security auditing tool. With months of work and a variety of changes, we bumped up the version to a “zero release” (2.2.0). The technical changelog is included in the download. We consider it to be a stable release, yet ask all to test it first. Being the original author of Lynis, there is an additional background […]

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Best Open Source Security Tools of 2015 (and 2016)

Best Open Source Security Tools Always looking for a better tool to help you in your work? If there is one website who knows what is happening in the field of security tools, it is ToolsWatch. The site covers new tools, and promotes existing projects when they release a new version. Every year ToolsWatch ask their readers to vote for their favorite security tool. Here are the recent results of 2015: 01 – OWASP ZAP – Zed Attack Proxy Project (+1↑) […]

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How to Promote your Open Source Project

How to Promote your Open Source Project Nowadays it is easy to start an open source project. People over the world start new projects daily, as can be seen on the popular site GitHub. Unfortunately, many of these projects simply don’t get traction and end up as inactive ideas on the web. Traction is everything Traction in software projects is similar to speeding up a car. If you give too much gas, you might end at undesired places, too little and it takes too […]

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