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Sigstore Introduces Free Software Signing and Verification Service for Open Source Projects

By ET Bureau - October 27, 2022 1 Mins Read

The Sigstore community announced the wide release of its free software signing service for open source projects at SigstoreCon, a co-located event at the CNCF’s KubeCon/CloudNativeCon conference in Detroit.

With more than 4 million signatures logged to date, Sigstore is already among the most quickly adopted open source projects ever. It is utilized by the Python and Kubernetes communities to sign their releases. To guarantee the provenance of its packages, npm, the well-known JavaScript package manager, is currently integrating Sigstore.

The nonprofit Open Source Security Foundation provides funding for the project Sigstore. The Sigstore project itself consists of a number of projects for certificate creation, saving data in an immutable ledger, and signing containers

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