Open at Intel: Scanning for Vulnerabilities with CVE Binary Tool

This episode explores an open source software vulnerability scanner called CVE Binary Tool, which scans binaries and component lists in your project and reports back known vulnerabilities based on data from NIST’s National Vulnerability Database (NVD) list of Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs).

My guest is Dr. Terry Oda, a security researcher at Intel and the lead maintainer of CVE Binary Tool, and co-host Chris Norman, Intel Open Source Evangelist joins us to explore the inner workings of the project and discuss contribution, community and the importance of developer-focused initiatives like Google Summer of Code.

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