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Software Supply Chain: A Risky Time for Dependencies

Software development heavily relies on open-source platforms and third-party vendors because it speeds up the process and gives developers standard libraries. A wide range of people or organizations maintain the code, so it’s pretty hard to prevent sec…

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Easily Exploitable Linux Flaw Exposes All Distributions: Qualys

An easily exploited flaw in a program, found by Qualys in every major Linux distribution, is the latest serious security issue that has arisen in the open-source space in recent weeks. Learn more here.
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Kafdrop Security Flaw Exposes Kafka Clusters Data

Researchers at Spectral recently discovered a security flaw in Kafdrop, a popular open-source UI and management interface for Apache Kafka clusters that has been downloaded more than 20 million times. The Kafdrop flaw has allowed the data from Kafka clusters – everything from financial transactions to mission-critical data – to be exposed internet-wide. It can […]

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