Archive | June, 2015

New Jenkins Plugin Identifies Known Security Vulnerabilities in Open Source Projects


New Jenkins Plugin Identifies Known Security Vulnerabilities in Open Source Projects By Bill Weinberg, Senior Director of Open Source Strategy at Black Duck Software With over 4,000 vulnerabilities reported each year in open source software (OSS), it is very likely that a company’s software portfolio contains potentially exploitable OSS components. The first step in building […]

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New UI, New Account Creation Mechanism, Project Updates

Hail Fellow Open Hubbarians!  You have been marvelously patient, for which we are eternally grateful, as we have been cleanly implementing the Ohloh UI in a new code base on the latest production versions of Ruby and Rails.  Here is how events transpired over the past half year: We first talked about Project PURR in […]

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Upcoming: Moving to OAuth 2

With the upcoming completion and release of Project PURR, we are announcing that we will move away from OAuth 1.0 and move to OAuth 2.0. For context, OAuth is an open protocol that permits third party applications and websites to use your login credentials without you having to reveal those credentials to the third parties. […]

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