Securing Open-Source Infrastructure with Trail of Bits

OSTIF started performing security audits in earnest in 2018, tackling a new level of involvement open source security. That same year was OSTIF’s first collaboration with security firm Trail of Bits, working together to complete an audit of RandomX. Since then our two companies have worked together on 12 security…

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In-Flux-ible on bugs- Flux undergoes Security Audit with OSTIF and Trail of Bits

OSTIF is proud to announce the publication of a security audit on the Kubernetes cluster tooling Flux in collaboration with Trail of Bits. Performed over four engineer weeks, this is the second security audit with OSTIF that Flux has undertaken, the first having taken place in November 2021. Repeated security…

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RustVMM Security Audit with OSTIF is Complete!

OSTIF is pleased to announce the completion of a security audit of the open source project RustVMM in collaboration with X-41 D-Sec GmbH, with funding by Amazon Web Services. The project offers crates to build customized Virtual Machine Monitors (thus, VMM), which can be vulnerable to malicious actors through its…

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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 security review was facilitated by Open Source Technology Improvement Fund backed by the OpenSSF and carried out by Adalogics. The…

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