Security Vulnerabilities for JavaScript

VersionEye is aggregating data from different data sources, such as repository servers and security advisory databases. This week a new security database for JavaScript was integrated. Now VersionEye is matching security vulnerabilities from Retire.js with JavaScript modules from Bower.io. If you are using Bower.io to manage your JavaScript dependencies then VersionEye can automatically point out potential security issues in your dependencies.

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Try out this new feature and leave a comment here if you wanna give feedback.

10 thoughts on “Security Vulnerabilities for JavaScript

    1. VersionEye integrated already 2 security databases for NPM 😉 I personally prefer NPM over Bower, but still many people are using Bower and for them VersionEye has a solution now.

  1. VersionEye integrated already 2 security databases for NPM 😉 I personally prefer NPM over Bower, but still many people are using Bower and for them VersionEye has a solution now. All together we integrated 8 security databases into VersionEye. And it’s all open source!

  2. VersionEye integrated already 2 security databases for NPM 😉 I personally prefer NPM over Bower, but still many people are using Bower and for them VersionEye has a solution now. All together we integrated 8 security databases into VersionEye. And it’s all open source!

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