Posts Tagged ‘Open source security’

Software Bill of Material and Vulnerability Management Blind Spots

Software Bill of Material and Vulnerability Management Blind Spots Open source software is everywhere (which is not a bad thing in itself). However, many buyers don’t have inventory of open source components included in software products they are buying. Business even fail in keeping tack of open source components used in internally developed applications. As […]

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The state of open source security in 2022

In this video for Help Net Security, Kurt Seifried, Chief Blockchain Officer and Director of Special Projects at Cloud Security Alliance, talks about the state of open source security in 2022. Open source is everywhere, it’s in everything, and everyone is using it. It is safe to say that almost any solution with a web server […]

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Open source vulnerabilities go undetected for over four years

GitHub has analyzed over 45,000 active directories and found that open source vulnerabilities often go undetected for more than four years. Source: Open source vulnerabilities go undetected for over four years – Help Net Security The State of Open Source Security Vulnerabilities Resources for Searching and Analyzing Online Information Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security […]

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