Today I Learned about New Security Tools, Static Code Analyzers, and Self-Hosted Service Options
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What SimeonOnSecurity learned about and found interesting today
- A great list of awesome security tools. I plan to continue reading into the items in the list.
- A static code checker for PowerSell Modules and scripts. I plan on working with it into my module and script development workflow.
- A great resource to send to people beginning to take privacy and security seriously. I have some criticisms and potentially I’ll make my own version.
- A great list of awesome self-hosted tools and software. I plan to continue reading into the items in the list.
- An interesting HomeLab setup making home services really eazy to set up. I’m not a fan of self-hosting. But something like this makes for an eazy set up for lightly-technical users. I might recommend this to some people. I don’t personally wish to use something like it. All-in-one packages are generally harder to lock-down and secure.
- Similar to HomeLabOS (above), provides a simplified way to deploy self-hosted services and has some future potential. HomelabOS seems to have better support.
- FreedomBox is a private server for non-experts: it lets you install and configure server applications with only a few clicks. It runs on cheap hardware of your choice, uses your internet connection and power, and is under your control.
- Similar to both HomeLabOS and DockSTARTer, FreedomBox is a solution to self-host privacy-oriented services rapidly.
- A great list of privacy respecting services and software. I already recommend some of the linked items. I plan to continue reading into the items in the list.