[SecurityWeek] Deepfence Open Sources Vulnerability Mapping Tool ‘ThreatMapper’

Cloud and container security company Deepfence this week announced the open source availability of ThreatMapper, a tool designed to help organizations scan for, map, and rank application vulnerabilities.

By performing post-deployment scans of applications and infrastructure, the platform seeks to identify emerging threats in both first-party and third-party solutions.

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