[HackerNews] Google Created ‘Open-Source Maintenance Crew’ to Help Secure Critical Projects

Google on Thursday announced the creation of a new “Open Source Maintenance Crew” to focus on bolstering the security of critical open source projects.
Additionally, the tech giant pointed out Open Source Insights as a tool for analyzing packages and their dependency graphs, using it to determine “whether a vulnerability in a dependency might affect your code.”
“With this information, developers

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