[HackerNews] Facebook Releases New Tool That Finds Security and Privacy Bugs in Android Apps

Facebook on Wednesday announced it’s open-sourcing Mariana Trench, an Android-focused static analysis platform the company uses to detect and prevent security and privacy bugs in applications created for the mobile operating system at scale.
“[Mariana Trench] is designed to be able to scan large mobile codebases and flag potential issues on pull requests before they make it into production,” the

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