Two-Thirds of Apps Using Open Source Have Known Software Vulns

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That’s according to the second-annual 2017 Open Source Security & Risk Analysis report from Black Duck’s Center for Open Source Research and Innovation (COSRI), which examined findings from more than 1,000 commercial applications audited in 2016. The firm found that financial services, retail and e-commerce companies’ systems had the highest number of vulnerabilities per application.

Notably, audit results of applications from the financial industry contained 52 open source vulnerabilities per application, and 60% of the applications contained high-risk vulnerabilities. The retail and e-commerce industry had the highest proportion of applications with high-risk open source vulnerabilities, with 83% of audited applications containing high-risk vulnerabilities.

 

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