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Insignary launches TruthIsInTheBinary.com service for OEMs

Code Scanning Service To Neutralize the IoT Security Ticking Time-Bomb
Aug. 8, 2017, 02:00 AM
SUNNYVALE, CA–(Marketwired – August 08, 2017) – Insignary, the global leader in binary-level open source software security and compliance, unveiled today its free, open source software binary code scanning service TruthIsIntheBinary.com. Powered by Insignary Clarity™ binary code scanning software, TruthIsIntheBinary.com enables OEMs, developers and users to quickly and easily scan open source software in their embedded applications and IoT devices. TruthIsIntheBinary.com identifies SambaCry, Devil’s Ivy, Heartbleed, Ghost and Venom, among more than 91,000 known security vulnerabilities — helping to neutralize what industry experts see as an IoT security “ticking time-bomb.” TruthIsIntheBinary.com is easy to use. OEMs and developers start by uploading an uncompressed binary file to the site. Any executable file created to run on 99% of existing computing platforms may be scanned — including smart phone apps people download from app stores. The service scans the software in just a few minutes. Users receive a report of the scanned software that includes the number of potential security issues and their level of severity. With this information, OEMs and developers can look to address the security vulnerabilities with patches or newer versions of the software.[…]

https://www.insignary.com/

https://testyourbinary.insignary.com/#/trial

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