Is AI ‘Copilot’ a Generic Term or a Brand Name?

Microsoft uses Copilot as a product name, but more and more often the word sums up a generic class of generative AI bots.

GitHub Universe: Open Source Trends Report and New AI Security Products

GitHub Advanced Security gains AI features, and GitHub Copilot now includes a chatbot option. GitHub Copilot Enterprise is expected in February 2024.

By |2023-11-10T15:38:42+00:00November 10, 2023|Artificial Intelligence, Cloud, Developer, generative ai, git, github, github advanced security, github copilot, International, Open source, Security, Uncategorized|Comments Off on GitHub Universe: Open Source Trends Report and New AI Security Products

EleKtra-Leak Campaign Uses AWS Cloud Keys Found on Public GitHub Repositories to Run Cryptomining Operation

In the active Elektra-Leak campaign, attackers hunt for Amazon IAM credentials within public GitHub repositories before using them for cryptomining. Get tips on mitigating this cybersecurity threat.

By |2023-11-03T19:31:06+00:00November 3, 2023|Amazon, AWS, Cloud, cloud security, cryptomining, CXO, cybersecurity, github, IAM, International, Security, Software, Storage, Uncategorized, Virtualization|Comments Off on EleKtra-Leak Campaign Uses AWS Cloud Keys Found on Public GitHub Repositories to Run Cryptomining Operation

At Black Hat, Splunk, AWS, IBM Security and Others Launch Open Source Cybersecurity Framework

With security schema, Splunk and collaborators aim to transform alert telemetry from cacophony to chorus with one taxonomy across vendors and tools.

By |2023-08-14T22:46:58+00:00August 14, 2023|Amazon, AWS, black hat, Cloud, cloud security, CXO, cybersecurity, github, ibm, javascript, Open source, Security, Software, splunk, Uncategorized|Comments Off on At Black Hat, Splunk, AWS, IBM Security and Others Launch Open Source Cybersecurity Framework

Top Collaboration Tools for DevOps Developers

We review some of the best collaboration tools and software for DevOps developers. Learn about their features, pricing, and benefits.

Twitter source code leaked on GitHub has been removed

A portion of the social media site’s source code was posted on GitHub shortly after widespread layoffs at Twitter. The post Twitter source code leaked on GitHub has been removed appeared first on TechRepublic.

By |2023-03-28T19:32:39+00:00March 28, 2023|code, Developer, elon musk, github, layoffs, Open source, Social enterprise, twitter, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Twitter source code leaked on GitHub has been removed
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