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average 106 open source components


The average application consists of 106 open source components.
applications contain 23 known vulnerabilities


A typical application contains 23 known vulnerabilities.
applications indicate 8 GPL licensed components


Most applications indicate at least 8 GPL licensed components.
many components old unsupported unpopular


Many components in use are old, unsupported, and unpopular.

"We wanted fast solutions, but also wanted those to be secure solutions. We shouldn't have to discuss whether software should be secure. That's why we chose Nexus Lifecycle."

Stefan Simenon, Head of Centre of Expertise Software Development & Tooling, ABN AMRO

Three steps to a Software Bill of Materials:

1. Download Nexus Vulnerability Scanner
2. Open the Nexus Vulnerability Scanner and select an application to examine
3. Review Bill of Materials (see sample here)

Please Note:
When running NVS you can examine a sample application (click here to download), or you can examine your own application.  Examining your own application does not expose your source and binary code in any way.

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