Google announces Scorecard V4 in partnership with GitHub and OpenSSF

Google announces Scorecard V4 in partnership with GitHub and OpenSSF

The Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF), GitHub, and Google announced on Wednesday the launch of the Scorecards V4, which includes a larger rating, a new security check, and a new GitHub Action Scorecards to facilitate automated security.

OpenSSF launched Scorecards in November 2020, creating an automated security tool that generates “risk-taking” results for open source projects and helps reduce the labor and effort required to continuously analyze flexible packages while maintaining a supply chain.

Since the announcement of Google and the July 2021 OpenSSF for Scorecards V2, the Scorecards project has gradually grown to more than 40 different participants and 18 security tests.

Read More: Zdnet

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