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Your weekly doses of inspiration ⚡️ Open source enthusiasts unite! Let's start a new weekly tradition in our community where we share our favorite open-source, cybersecurity and general tech news, events, and topics. From articles to videos, podcasts to social media posts, let's discover new perspectives and stay updated on the latest in the tech world.Let’s “cache-up” weekly thread and share your top pick of the week. I will get started 👉 I really liked this story about enhancing accessibility through open source on The ReadME project. What has inspired you this week? Share below.
Welcome to our new weekly thread where we will be sharing the latest and greatest in open-source, cybersecurity and general tech news, events, and topics.The goal of this thread is to create a community where tech enthusiasts can come together to share their favorite content, discover new perspectives and stay updated on the latest in the tech world.Here's how you can participate:Every week, browse through the news, events or topics that caught your attention in the field of open-source, cybersecurity and general tech. Pick your favorite one, and give it a catchy title that summarizes its essence. Share it in the weekly thread along with a brief description of why you found it interesting. There will be a new thread weekly, which can be found in Community > Space Huddle > Weekly cache-up. Browse through other people's submissions and discover new content that may interest you.By participating in this thread, you will not only be able to share your knowledge and opinions with othe
And we are back! Join our next monthly Learn the Debricked Fundamentals live session. It is tomorrow at 4 pm CET.You can expect to leave the session knowing the basics of Debricked and how to use it to enable your team to become more aware of your open source security vulnerabilities and licenses.Grab your spot👇🏼
Do you have a solution where your service won't need integrated access to our repositories? We just want to generate the result, and upload them?
Hello there!Can the Automation menu item be made visible only for a group of people and not all of the people having access to the platform?
Hello,Our backend is mainly written in C# while our frontend is in JS - i was wondering - when will you add root fixes to C# too? Is that planned?
We are excited to announce the launch of our new video series, “Understanding Security Vulnerabilities”. In this series, you will learn about:Different types of security vulnerabilities How to identify and mitigate them Common attacks and how to protect your team from itWhether you are a beginner or an experienced developer or a security professional, this series is designed to help you enhance your knowledge of open-source security and keep your code secure. Check it out, improve your skills and stay ahead in the fast-changing world of technology. As always, any feedback is welcome! 🙏 Keep your eyes peeled for new video content! Special thanks email@example.com
More SSO integrations Being able to configure which rules are added to new repos by default Root fixes for C#, PHP and Python The past few years we’ve spent a lot of time thinking about what an SCA tool should be, what it typically is today and what it should not be. What is the future of managing open source risk? What is the next generation of SCA tools? We believe that there are a few key attributes that puts Debricked into the new generation bucket, some of them are actionability, excellent UX, dev-first approach and having a holistic view of open source risk. The coming year, we’re focusing on two main things: moving even further into the next generation and solidifying our position as front runners, and improving both usability and user experience. So, what does this mean in terms of product features and improvements?Firstly, making our onboarding process smoother by enabling SSO integrations. It’s important to us that our tool is easily accessible and simple to set up, and
Debricked supports SBOM scanning of CycloneDX sboms. I really wanted to scan my Conan project, so I created a GitHub Action that generates an SBOM and scans it with the Debricked tool.Here is the action: https://github.com/emil-debricked/examples/blob/master/.github/workflows/debricked.yml It uses the official CycloneDX Conan generator from the CycloneDX project :) https://github.com/CycloneDX/cyclonedx-conan Hope you like it!
In order for Debricked to be able to generate Pull Requests on your behalf, you need to do some configuration based on the platform:GitHub: To enable pull requests, you are required to integrate with GitHub using the GitHub app GitLab: if you have set up an integration to GitLab, to enable merge requests, you need to provide additional credentials (as explained in the article) Azure DevOps: if you have set up the Azure DevOps integration, to enable pull requests, you must provide additional credentials (as explained in the article)
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