Month: January 2022

  • A Reliable CVE Dependency Check: How-To

    dependency-check is a standalone maven plugin which checks for vulnerable dependencies. It’s hosted on GitHub. I switched to it from the victims-db, which no longer looks like it is updated. I had to carefully analyze the output, it was very helpful finding one issue where we had an unintended include.

  • Bulk Data: Using the SMART-on-FHIR Bulk Data Client to test $export

    I recently attended the HL7 FHIR Connectathon 29. For those that are not familiar with Connectathons, I think they are fairly unique events featuring standards enthusiasts, vendors and implementors doing hands-on standards development (FHIR) and testing. As an attendee I picked one of the tracks – bulk data. This blog is part of a series […]

  • IBM FHIR Server: Getting Started Links


    This article walks folks through the process of using the IBM FHIR Server’s helm chart with Docker Desktop Kubernetes and getting it up and running.

  • Help… run nsenter

    Per Enqueue Zero, Nsenter is a utility enters the namespaces of one or more other processes and then executes the specified program. In other words, we jump to the inner side of the namespace. Search for the namespace, by searching for S+, and then using the PID to target the namespace, and run the local […]