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Don’t Fly Blind

There’s a 98% chance your code base contains unreported and untracked open source. 
What’s hiding in your code?

Stay Secure

Thousands of new open source vulnerabilities are publicly disclosed each year. 
Which ones affect you?

Maintain Compliance

Open source license violations can result in costly litigation and lost intellectual property. 
What’s your exposure?

Organizations worldwide use Black Duck to secure and manage the open source software in their applications and containers.


Open Source Software


Known Security Vulnerabilities


License Risks


Remediation Progress


For New Vulnerabilities

The Black Duck KnowledgeBase™

The constantly expanding, definitive source for information on open source projects, vulnerabilities, and licenses.

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  • Our information security group now has a significantly easier way to determine which artifacts and versions are affected by any security vulnerability and which applications are impacted as a result. This capability did not exist before, so this is huge.

    - Kostas Gaitanos , Senior Director of Development Services, FINRA
  • We connected with Black Duck several months before our IPO because our investors, our board and our management team felt it was important – critical, in fact – to understand the health of our source code in terms of security, quality and licensing.

    - Danielle Sheer, Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Carbonite
  • Black Duck stands in a class of its own. From a return on investment standpoint, given the breadth of information we receive from the system and the ease of use, versus our expenditure, we find it to be a great investment. Life for us would be very difficult without Black Duck.

    - Igor Lekht, Sr. Vice President AxiomSL
Open Source Security Analysis
Reports & Analysis

Open Source Security Analysis

The State of Open Source Security in Commercial Applications

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AppSec – The Changing Attack Surface

AppSec – The Changing Attack Surface

Application security attack vectors have grown in scope and reach as open source usage grows.

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Future of Open Source Survey 2016

Future of Open Source Survey 2016

Today, open source drives technology and development forward.

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