An Analysis of Software Supply Chain Attacks

When the software consumer signs up for a licence and starts using it, if it functions the way they need they’re happy. But just because it works for them, doesn’t mean it’s secure. It just means they’ve not (yet) used it in a way that makes it go wrong and cause damage. A feeling of security comes by using software that is widely used, because the more users there are the more likely it is that someone will have done something wrong and exposed any security flaws, allowing them to be fixed.

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