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April 22, 2024

Static Binary Analysis: A Final Exam for Software Supply Chain Protection

ReversingLabs’ Director of Product Management Charlie Jones explains how the attack surface within today’s software supply chains has grown exponentially.
April 3, 2024

SecurityWeek: VulnerabilitiesCVE and NVD – A Weak and Fractured Source of Vulnerability Truth

The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) List and the consequent National Vulnerability Database (NVD) can no longer be considered a single central source of vulnerability truth.
March 28, 2024

SC Media: Odd NuGet package for industrial equipment raises espionage concerns

ReversingLabs Threat Researcher Petar Kirhmajer published a blog post detailing the research team’s findings on Tuesday.
March 27, 2024

The Hacker News: Sketchy NuGet Package Likely Linked to Industrial Espionage Targets Developers

Threat hunters have identified a suspicious package in the NuGet package manager that's likely designed to target developers working with tools made by a Chinese firm that specializes in industrial- and digital equipment manufacturing.
March 26, 2024

SecurityWeek: Suspicious NuGet Package Harvesting Information From Industrial Systems

A suspicious NuGet package likely targets developers working with technology from Chinese firm Bozhon.
March 16, 2024

TechTarget: CISA software supply chain security form omits SBOMs

Federal suppliers now have a self-attestation deadline amid ongoing efforts to secure software supply chains.