I’m looking for a "tamper proof" way, if there is such a thing, to monitor what a developer/engineer does on a given system.
To expand a bit more about this, we have several systems that run a Ruby on Rails technology stack with Ubuntu Docker containers on K8S, and for our PCI compliance, we require a monitoring solution that allows us to basically track what a developer/engineer does on a system from the point where an SSH session is established until the session is terminated.
Ideally, we’d like to see:
- Loggin in
- Any commands used in the SSH session
- Any commands/code executed with
- These logs send to Cloudwatch
- Inability to disable this monitoring
I was originally thinking about a simple shell overwrite for the above commands to simply track every command going on, and rely on the shell history to see what has been happening, but that obviously doesn’t pass the "tamper proof" requirement, as anyone with SSH access would be able to bypass that.
I’m thinking more about some OS level monitoring to either watch the processes directly we know that will be used for working with the PCI sensitive information, or just monitor all
What I’m looking for is best-practises, reading material or recommendations on what’s the accepted/recommended way for setting up a system like this.
Hi everybody today I´m gonna share with you here skills you need to become a web designer or front-end web developer
Imagine I start creating hundreds of Stack Overflow accounts. (I am not and I do not intent to do so in reality). I add a link to my site in the personal website space on the profile. I then make the developer story (CV) public. e.g. https://stackoverflow.com/story/kamilt
If such pages are searchable on Google and they contain links to my website, is it going to help with SEO for my website? Would it get me a better rank in Google because of it?
Is there a way to inspect elements that are dynamically generated?
I often find these designations as quite confusing and most of the companies in my country have various definition about each of the above mentioned post. I was curious what is the requirement from around the world.
I am an amateur web developer, and am teaching myself React. Currently, I have been building a personal website hosted on github pages –
Now my primary goal has been to make the page functional, and far as I understand, it is functional. But the page does not really “look’ or “feel” good – that is, I wouldn’t want to spend time on this site at all. I’m now working on making it responsive and improving UI/UX but am having a hard time there. As someone who has not made a website ever before I cannot conceive ideas that will make the website look appealing/aesthetic. So I was hoping for help in –
- As I want to complete the mobile design first, switching over to mobile view (iPhone 6/7/8) in devTools, what suggestions (font, style, colors, item-positioning, etc) do you have to make the site look more appealing to a user.
As this is a personal website, I think the essential factor is that it should be “eye-catching” but I don’t understand how to make it so. Is there any online resource/books I can study to get a better understanding of aesthetic web design? I appreciate your help in developing (no pun intended :P) a budding programmer and please do not hesitate to criticize and highlight the site’s shortcomings.
Can I use SQL Server Free Developer software for my Development and Test machines? Do we need to license these servers or can I install the free SQL Software? These would only be used for testing/development purposes.
Existen certificaciones oficiales de Apple como desarrolador en iOS o Swift. Si no es el caso ¿qué empresas expiden certificaciones con mayor relevancia y prestigio?
Vending machines at my workplace got recently changed and the new ones support an hybrid NFC\BT system to pay through a dedicated application.
Looking for online, I found some articles about this app being cracked and how it was done. Being several months later, I expected some new security measure to have been added so I decided to have a try and see if I could bypass them and repeat the process.
Original crack consisted of manually changing the data stored locally on a DB with a weak password, but since I don’t have a rooted phone and I have found traces of HTTPS requests being performed with checks on consistency on the credit, I decided to go another way.
Assumin vending machines do not connect online, I changed all the references to the remote REST endpoint (plain string constants) with a server of my own and I have successfully been able to login (or at least, make the app believe I logged in).
Now, assuming I fill the gaps and will be able to successfully buy stuff, is all this worth sharing with the developer, to have them take further security measures? Is there something serious they could do that would not require completely changing the infrastructure?
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