Introduction to automated security testing
Keep your code shipshape and reduce vulnerabilities with automated security testing. Delve into ways and tools of software security testing that developers and platform engineers can set up and automate to make apps more secure.
RepoMetaScore: evaluating supply chain risks of open-source repositories
Releasing RepoMetaScore (repository metadata scoring): a dependency checking tool that analyzes metadata of open-source project, including commit history and contributors’ background. RepoMetaScore calculates risk rating, makes supply chain risks visible and prevents weaponizing OSS.
How to build OpenSSL for Carthage iOS
Imagine your builds going red because of an outdated OpenSSL that is used by one of your Carthage dependencies. In this story, we share scripts, error messages, testing matrix, and a working solution we used for Themis to prevent such a situation.
OpenSSL for iOS: tricks of OpenSSL semver
OpenSSL complexity starts with its version string. Apple, Carthage, and some dependency analysis tools have different opinions about it. Here is how we dealt with them and submitted iOS app to the App Store. So, we decided to update OpenSSL in iOS app # Themis provides easy-to-use cryptography for multiple languages and platforms. We implement it on top of existing cryptography engines , such as OpenSSL or BoringSSL, which Themis uses as a source of the cryptographic primitives.
Thank You for Contributing and Using Themis in 2018
We believe that everyone should be able to create secure applications and protect users’ privacy. That’s why our main cryptographic components are open source and developer-friendly. But open-source would be nothing without external contributions and feedback from users. We would like to publicly celebrate our open-source contributors and users who challenged us to make our open-source offerings more robust by asking hard questions, pointing out usability problems and potential usage patterns we were not aware of before.