ThreadFix Release in the News


We uploaded the 1.0.0 release of ThreadFix to Google Code last week (blog post herepress release here) We’ve been seeing some great coverage around the web and wanted to post some of the highlights here.
Lucian Constantin over at covered ThreadFix in his article “Open Source Vulnerability Management Software ThreadFix Ready for Production Use
Network World
Alan Shimel at Network World covered ThreadFix in his Open Source Fact and Fiction blog post “Denim Group’s ThreadFix: Open Source Application Vulnerability Management
Search Software Quality
Jan Stafford and Melanie Webb at Search Software Quality covered ThreadFix in their article “ThreadFix: Open Source Defect Management Tool Speeds Security Vulnerability Fixes
Computer Weekly
Adrian Bridgewater at Computer Weekly covered ThreadFix in his Open Source Insider blog in his post “Too Many Vulnerability Analysis Tools Spoils the Broth


Help Net Security covered ThreadFix in their article “Open Source Vulnerability Management Platform


 Finally Sudheer Raju over at Tools Journal covered ThreadFix in his article “ThreadFix Is a New OpenSource Way to Fix Application Vulnerabilities

Obviously we’re thrilled to see so much positive coverage and we’re also thrilled to see all the downloads and the feature requests being submitted by ThreadFix users. Keep ’em coming! If you’re a journalist or an analyst and you’d like to know more about ThreadFix we’d love to fill you in on what we’re doing and where we’re going – so feel free to reach out.

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About John Dickson

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John Dickson is an internationally recognized security leader, entrepreneur and Principal at Denim Group, Ltd, the parent company of ThreadFix. He has more than 20 years' hands-on experience in intrusion detection, network security and application security in the commercial, public and military sectors. As a Denim Group Principal, he helps executives and Chief Security Officers (CSO's) of Fortune 500 companies, including major financial institutions, launch and expand their critical application security initiatives.