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In what can only be described as one of the most bizarre events in the history of open source, we find that the massively popular open source libraries, colors.js, and faker.js were sabotaged by
We can’t end this year without talking about open source package hijacks one more time.
Yesterday, Apache released Log4j version 2.17.1, which squashes a newly discovered code execution bug, tracked as CVE-2021-44832. Our Log4j vulnerability resource center has since been updated to
As the log4j vulnerability disclosures come out, and ongoing exploitation in the wild is on, we have been closely monitoring developments and tracking the gap between the disclosures and how fast the
On Friday, the news broke about Log4Shell, an easy-to-exploit vulnerability being exploited across the world. We have kept our blog up to date with the latest news, mitigations and strategies that
Just last week we saw the popular npm package `ua-parser-js` get hijacked. Malicious actors gained access to the project maintainer’s npm account and published malicious versions that attempted to
The world was just coming to terms with the “ua-parser-js” npm library hijacking incident, and Sonatype’s discovery of crypto-mining malware from last week, when we found a bigger, and spookier,
Last week, Sonatype reported our discovery of three malicious npm cryptomining packages on npm: klow, klown, and okhsa. These packages, which infiltrated the npm registry between October 12th and
Spring Security provides security services for the Spring IO Platform, available on their Github repository. Today we focus on the “oauth2” client, which provides an application with the capability