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Measuring Up Software Composition Analysis Tools

The most critical challenge your organization faces when choosing a software composition analysis (SCA) vendor is understanding that some miss up to 60% of the open source, exposing your organization to security and licensing risks. We’re also seeing challenges surrounding the accuracy of the results. A vendor will find some open source but then mismatch […]

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Threatrix Apache Log4j Detection Demonstration

Keeping current with Log4j dependencies and new exploits is a complex and ongoing challenge. Organizations struggle to find the proverbial needle in hundreds of haystacks in a constantly changing environment. Then there is the issue of finding the right security tool to use across numerous applications and networks. Our Truematch technology gives us the unique […]

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Your Scanner Is Still Missing Log4j

As a result of Log4Shell’s popularity and easy exploitability, its potentially severe impact is tremendous. What has emerged is not just how mainstream it is, but how deeply woven it is into the software we use, and how difficult it is to detect. Log4Shell Detection Because it is common across open source and third-party applications, […]

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The FTC Will Pursue Companies Not Patching Log4j to Protect Customer Data

Log4Shell exploits are present in 17,000 unpatched Log4J packages in the Maven Central ecosystem, posing a significant supply-chain risk. Google security estimates that approximately 17,000 Java packages in the Maven Central repository are vulnerable to Log4j – and that it will take “years” for it to be fixed across the ecosystem.  The Log4j bug impacts […]

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“Set and Forget” Approach to Open Source Software Creates Security and Compliance Risks

According to two recent security research reports* on open source software, internally developed software contains up to 75% of open-source software.  The report also concludes that open-source used within codebases contain on average 158 vulnerabilities and 60% of the codebases have ‘high risk’ open-source vulnerabilities that have been actively exploited. According to research, the three […]