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Open source security: Linux Foundation project presents 10-point plan

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The Open Source Software Security Foundation (OpenSSF), a project of the Linux Foundation, has come up with a 10-point plan to improve the safety of the software supply chain, costed at $147.9M over two years, though it relies in part on developers changing their behaviour to take more account of security issues.

Open Source Security Foundation Now Counts 60 Members

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The Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) on Tuesday announced that 19 more organizations have joined the initiative, showing commitment towards identifying and addressing vulnerabilities in open source software. OpenSSF now has a total of 60 members.