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Understand the risks of open-source software

Open-source software adoption has increased significantly in the past few years, helping developers everywhere to code faster and accelerate time to market.

Open-source software has also brought along inherent risks, stemming from licensing limitations as well as security tradeoffs, including vulnerabilities and targeted attacks against open-source code.

Open this white paper to learn more about the licensing and security risks of open-source software and how to overcome them.

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