BluBracket Community Edition Eliminates Secrets in Code for Free

In wake of the SolarWinds breach, BluBracket shifts security left by introducing first tool to rank security risks and identify secrets early in the software development cycle PALO ALTO, Calif., February 9, 2020 – BluBracket, the leader in code security for developers and security engineers, today is announcing the general availability of its Community Edition, […]

BluBracket Community Edition: A new tool for Shifting Security Left

When we started BluBracket, we knew that in order to achieve our mission of making the code that powers our economy safe from attack, we had to shift security left and give developers tools to make their code secure earlier in the software development lifecycle. Security can’t be an afterthought in the world of cloudnative […]

BluBracket named top DevSecOps vendor

Business Insider names BluBracket to its list of Top DevSecOps vendors, stating developer security is one of the hottest areas of tech as breach prevention starts earlier than ever.

BluBracket Adds Stolen and Leaked Code Detection, Remediation to its CodeSecurity Suite

PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA – August 5, 2020 – At the Black Hat Security Conference, BluBracket, the leader in code security, today introduced significant new functionality to its Code Security Suite, allowing companies for the first time to find stolen and copied source code in public repositories. In today’s digital coding environment, code can be copied […]

Source code from 50 companies stolen and leaked online

Internal software source code from more than 50 high-profile companies across tech, finance, retail, and other sectors has been leaked online.  Making the source code available for public viewing could allow cyber attackers to more easily scrounge for confidential company information. Read more in Business Insider.

Hacker gains access to Microsoft’s private GitHub repos

“A hacker has gained access to a Microsoft employee’s GitHub account and has downloaded some of the company’s private GitHub repositories. The intrusion is believed to have taken place in March, and came to light this week when the hacker announced plans to publish some of the stolen projects on a hacking forum.” Read the […]