Episode 1252 – Another Example To Be Very Cautious When Using Modules From Open Code Repositories

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Application development has become very community driven and open source modules are commonplace to build fast powerful apps. However, there is a security risk when downloading others’ code. This episode talks about a recent revelation of malicious packages in PyPI.

Source – https://research.checkpoint.com/2022/cloudguard-spectral-detects-several-malicious-packages-on-pypi-the-official-software-repository-for-python-developers/

Be aware, be safe.

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