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What is an SBOM? Exploring SBOM Origins and Use in Software Security

What is an SBOM? Exploring SBOM Origins and Use in Software Security

In this blog post, we'll break down what an SBOM is, where they came from, and how recent legislation has outlined their use in software supply chain security.
Case Study: How Mayhem Revolutionized U.S. Department of Defense Weapon Systems Security

Case Study: How Mayhem Revolutionized U.S. Department of Defense Weapon Systems Security

Learn how the DoD hand-picked Mayhem as the best solution to autonomously test their critical weapon systems applications for vulnerabilities.
Eliminate Hours of AppSec Triage with Mayhem’s Dynamic SBOM Generation and SCA Validation

Eliminate Hours of AppSec Triage with Mayhem’s Dynamic SBOM Generation and SCA Validation

Today we’re excited to announce the newest set of features in Mayhem: dynamic SBOM generation and SCA validation.
Integrating Mayhem With Simulink: How to Test Simulink Model Using Mayhem

Integrating Mayhem With Simulink: How to Test Simulink Model Using Mayhem

In this blog post, we'll explore how Mayhem can be seamlessly integrated with MATLAB's Simulink to create more secure applications.
New in 2.6: Intelligent CVSS Scoring for Unknown Vulnerabilities

New in 2.6: Intelligent CVSS Scoring for Unknown Vulnerabilities

In this blog post, I’ll go over what CVSS is and how Mayhem leverages it to prioritize your results.
Lunch and Learn: The Art of Being Secure by Design

Lunch and Learn: The Art of Being Secure by Design

In this "lunch and learn" style webinar, presenter Lakshmia Ferba guides you through the realm of secure by design principles.
Uncovering a Hidden Shellcode Vulnerability

Uncovering a Hidden Shellcode Vulnerability

While experimenting with shellcode from a seemingly functional source, I discovered a hidden vulnerability. It took me a while to spot the problem. Can you?
Mayhem 2.6 is Now Available

Mayhem 2.6 is Now Available

Learn about some of the key new features of Mayhem 2.6, including faster coverage, intelligent CVSS, improved on-prem support, and more.
How Mayhem Has Found Over 100,000 Defects in Code

How Mayhem Has Found Over 100,000 Defects in Code

Mayhem has found over 100,000 defects in code. In this blog post, we’ll discuss different techniques Mayhem uses to test code like a hacker and find defects at scale.

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