The Open Source Technology Improvement Fund is a corporate non-profit dedicated to securing open source apps that we all depend on. Securing software isn’t easy, and we know what it takes to succeed. By facilitating security audits and reviews, OSTIF makes it easy for projects to significantly improve security.

Better Security Through A Massive Community

 

 

Through the Open Source Technology Improvement Fund, projects have been able to find and fix critical security bugs.

22+
partner projects

1000+
world class security experts

5000+
hours of security review

50+
severe bugs patched

billions
protected

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Open-source projects keep today’s Internet infrastructure afloat. They are critical for the operation of every webserver, every browser, and every banking platform. And they are cared for by a surprisingly small group of people with a limited amount of time. Without dedicated security experts, these projects often don’t get the attention they require.

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Results of the CloudEvents Security Assessment Open Source Technology Improvement Fund, Inc is happy to announce the results of the CloudEvents Security Assessment. CloudEvents is a specification for describing event data in a common way that… Read more »
Our Audits of Jackson-Core and Jackson-Databind are Complete We’re excited to report the results for the security audits of Jackson-Core and Jackson-Databind. Jackson-Core and Jackson-Databind are Java projects that are widely adopted for parsing and binding data. The… Read more »
Our Audit of Python-TUF is Complete. Multiple Issues Found and Fixed Open Source Technology Improvement Fund is thrilled to report the results of another security audit. Python-TUF is a reference implementation written in Python for The Update Framework (TUF); a framework… Read more »