Securing the SDLC: How to Mine for Malicious Ruby Gems

Presented by

Chuck McWhirter, Sr. Sales Engineer at ReversingLabs; Chris Hoff, Product & Solutions Marketing Manager at ReversingLabs

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Typosquatting in software repositories is still an effective way to spread malware. The ReversingLabs threat research team recently found over 760 malicious Ruby packages in the RubyGems package manager that are successfully infecting software source code allowing commercial applications to be shipped with malware. Watch our "How To" webinar where we will discuss: - The implications of this attack on the software development lifecycle; - The risks to end users; - And how to build security into your process.

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