Article: Eight-Year-Old Stop-Motion Artist Launches Carbon-Neutral NFT Series And Donates Over $1,000 To Charity

Crypto, Digital Content

Eight-Year-Old Stop-Motion Artist Launches Carbon-Neutral NFT Series And Donates Over $1,000 To Charity

Quote from Annabelle White
“I recently finished reading the book No Ballet Shoes in Syria. It got me thinking about children of families who had to leave their countries and everything behind. Ballet and art makes me so happy. So I got the idea to raise money to help refugee families get settled in their new homes. I want the money to go to buying ballet shoes and art supplies. I recently learned about NFTs in my Rocket Club class and thought it would be so cool to create and sell some for this cause.”

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Article: How the open source community helped firms investigate their network activity following SolarWinds

Cyber-Security, Open Source, Software

How the open source community helped firms investigate their network activity following SolarWinds

The ramifications of the SolarWinds attack are still unfolding more than four months since the breaches were revealed to the public. One underappreciated facet of the wide-ranging scandal that has engulfed much of the U.S. government and hundreds of major companies involves the powerful role the open source community played in helping enterprises respond to the crisis, according to Greg Bell, co-founder and CSO of cybersecurity company Corelight.

“What happened with the Sunburst malware is that when FireEye/Mandiant discovered the attack and made this sort of amazingly detailed disclosure, they released information about the attack—so called indicators of compromise—in open formats on GitHub, the platform where open source tools are built and where information is shared,” Bell said.

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