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Nearly 1,000 Vulnerabilities Found in Popular Open Source Projects in 2019

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Jun
2020
Nearly 1,000 Vulnerabilities Found in Popular Open Source Projects in 2019

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RiskSense has analyzed 54 open source projects in which nearly 2,700 vulnerabilities were reported between 2015 and March 2020. Overall, the Jenkins automation server and MySQL had the most vulnerabilities reported during this timeframe, with more than 600 flaws each. For each of these pieces of software, 15 vulnerabilities were weaponized (i.e. public exploit code exists).

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