At SnykLaunch, our product leaders unveiled the latest additions to Snyk’s suite of developer-first products — including the announcement of Snyk Cloud. In this SnykLaunch recap, we'll catch you up on the new and exciting features coming to Snyk.
Learn how to mitigate two new medium severity (CVSSv3 5.8) vulnerabilities in the Snyk CLI and IDE plugins: CVE-2022-24441 and CVE-2022-22984. Although hard to exploit, these vulnerabilities can lead to arbitrary code execution on the host system. Learn about these risks and how to stay safe.
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We are excited to announce the general availability of a new Asia-Pacific (APAC) datacenter in Sydney, Australia, helping local organizations secure their applications with Snyk.
This article demonstrates how to configure TLS/SSL certificates with the Ingress controller in Kubernetes. We’ll set up an NGINX Ingress controller, create a self-signed SSL/TLS certificate, create the necessary rules to link the SSL/TLS certificate to the controller, and hook it up to a Kubernetes sample app service.