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    Heroku Add-On Beta

    Where just a few months ago we launched Snyk for Serverless, we are now taking it to the next level by launching the Snyk Heroku Add-On. The add-on is currently in beta, which means it's free to try out! We're looking for people to take it for a test drive and provide us with some feedback.

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    Geva Solomonovich's avatar Geva Solomonovich October 04, 2017

    Open source vulnerabilities tripped Equifax, how can you defend yourself?

    Equifax, a credit monitoring giant, disclosed last week it was breached, exposing highly personal data of _143 million_ people. The breach root cause was a vulnerable version of an open source library called Struts. How can you handle such vulnerable libraries in your apps?

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    Guy Podjarny's avatar Guy Podjarny September 11, 2017