In GitHub's new 'Security Lab', fourteen companies unite get together to search, find, and fix security flaws in GitHub-hosted open source projects. Learn more in an interesting ZDNet article:
Today, at the GitHub Universe developer conference, GitHub announced the launch of a new community program calledSecurity Labthat brings together security researchers from different organizations to hunt and help fix bugs in popular open source projects.
"GitHub Security Lab's mission is to inspire and enable the global security research community to secure the world's code," the company said in a press release.
"Our team will lead by example, dedicating full-time resources to finding and reporting vulnerabilities in critical open source projects," it said.
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