Episode 1362 – Open Source Codebases Are More Vulnerable Than You Think

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Application development in today’s world is just as much about using open-source components as writing all your own code. This episode talks about findings from a recent study conducted by Synopsy and why you should take a close look at your open source management processes.

Source – Open Source Security and Risk Analysis Report

Be aware, be safe.

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