Shipa is open sourcing Ketch, Shipa's deployment engine, under Apache License Version 2.0.
RunSafe Security announced a partnership with JFrog that will enable RunSafe to supercharge binary protections via a simple plugin that JFrog users can deploy within their Artifactory repositories and instantly protect binaries and containers.
As compiled binaries are dropped into Artifactory, Alkemist protections are automatically applied to each artifact, thus hardening 3rd party libraries and shared objects from cyber-attack.
"Given JFrog customers are focused on continuous, free-flowing development and deployment, we wanted to offer them a way to harden software binaries without slowing down developers or changing workflows," said Joe Saunders, CEO of RunSafe Security. "Alkemist is the only offering to harden software binaries with memory protections without changing functionality, performance, or overhead, making this integration a perfect fit all around."
"We're excited to partner with RunSafe so our customers now have the option to automatically reduce attack surfaces and enable secure continuous deployments," said Casey O'Mara, head of WW business development, JFrog. "With this integration, our users have the ability to deploy the Alkemist plugin to instantly start protecting native binaries and containers."
The RunSafe JFrog plugin is available immediately.