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January 25, 2022
6 min read
Modern software projects are mostly composed of open source code. The question of who really controls this code, and is responsible for detecting and fixing software supply chain security issues, became a significant source of concern after the discovery of the Log4Shell vulnerability. In a more recent development, the highly popular colors and faker npm…