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Open source projects are the embodiment of the core philosophy: ‘free internet and technology for everyone around the globe’. They can be created, changed and distributed to anyone by anyone and for any purpose. Contributing to an open source projects is an endorsement of this philosophy, that promotes digital literacy in technological and non-technological communities. […]
The recent SolarWinds breach highlights a new paradigm in the Software Supply Chain. When compared simply to the code itself without any additional tools, Proprietary Code is no more secure than Open Source. By contrast, many would argue that Open Source Code is more secure due to a faster fix/patch/update cycle and the pervasive access to source […]
Have you shifted left yet? That’s the big trend, isn’t it? It’s meant to signal a movement of security responsibilities, moving from central IT teams over to developers, but that’s trickier than it sounds. Simply taking tools that are intended for use by security experts and making them run earlier in the supply chain does not […]
SQL injection is one of the most dangerous vulnerabilities for online applications. It occurs when a user adds untrusted data to a database query. For instance, when filling in a web form. If SQL injection is possible, smart attackers can create user input to steal valuable data, bypass authentication, or corrupt the records in your […]
We are in the middle of a Software Vulnerability Pandemic – there are so many open source vulnerabilities in containers as vanilla, pristine and others, as presented in the State of Open Source 2020.
Reach out to a technology partner like GlobalDots who can help you navigate those internet storms.
Number of Reported Breaches Decrease In First Half of 2020
New Vulnerabilities in Open Source Packages Down 20% Compared to Last Year
SMBleed: A New Critical Vulnerability Affects Windows SMB Protocol
Growing Reliance on Open Source Libraries Leaves Many Companies Vulnerable