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As a kid, Nir Valtman recalled how he used tools like ICQ, NetBus and Sub7 to hack into computers. From there, it was simple to plant a Trojan horse without being detected.
Today, the adoption of open-source packages in nearly every product leaves the door open for adversaries to use the same Trojan horse trick, said Valtman, who is the cofounder and CEO of Arnica.
Yet despite such increased threats to the software supply chain, organizations remain hesitant to implement tools for fear of harming developer agility.
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