Recent Blog Posts
Getting immersed in big projects requires more than just hard work and elbow grease. For teams to come together and execute something that becomes more than the sum of its parts, it requires a... [ Read More ]
Last month a vulnerability was discovered for SSLv3 by the name of POODLE (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption) allowing man-in-the-middle attackers to view encrypted information in... [ Read More ]
Today we're happy to announce that we've enabled two-factor authentication for all web access to Unfuddle accounts!
Two-factor authentication adds a strong layer of security to accounts by... [ Read More ]
On Monday, April 7th, a serious vulnerability in the OpenSSL cryptographic software library, known as Heartbleed, was publicly disclosed. OpenSSL is a very popular library used for providing secure... [ Read More ]
Our Unfuddle Alchemy project represented a complete rethink of how Unfuddle could help software teams work better. Through the feedback received, we have learned an enormous amount about... [ Read More ]