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Semmle Discovers Denial of Service (DoS) Vulnerability in Facebook Fizz

Semmle announced today that it has found a critical denial of service (DoS) vulnerability in the Fizz project, ­Facebook’s open source...

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Semmle Wins 2019 CDM InfoSec Awards

Semmle recognized for leadership in Open Source Security and Code Variant Analysis   SAN FRANCISCO, March 4, 2019 — Semmle, a variant...

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Join Semmle's first User Group Meetup in San Francisco

We are proud to announce our very first Semmle User Group will be in San Francisco on the Wednesday, 6th March (the week of RSA). We are excited...

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Semmle Discovers Vulnerabilities in Ghostscript Interpreter Used to Process Postscript and PDF Files

Semmle announced today that it discovered a series of vulnerabilities which could allow for remote takeover of systems running unpatched versions...

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Semmle Discovers Six Critical Vulnerabilities Affecting Macs, iPhones, and iPads

Today, Apple announced a series of critical remote code execution vulnerabilities in Apple’s XNU operating system kernel. XNU is the kernel of...

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Semmle Discovers Series of Remote Code Execution Issues Affecting Applications Developed with Apache Struts

A new group of security issues have been discovered for applications developed based on Apache Struts, a popular open source framework for...

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Semmle Discovers Critical Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in Apache Struts (CVE-2018-11776)

Today, the Apache Software Foundation announced a critical remote code execution vulnerability in Apache Struts, a popular open source framework...

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Semmle Launches Globally with $21 Million Series B Investment Led by Accel Partners

Google, Microsoft, NASA and Nasdaq use Semmle’s software engineering analytics to secure the software that runs the world

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