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Open Source Startup ‘Tidelift’ raises $25m in series B funding

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Open Source startups are also booming with the rise of open source usage in the enterprise world. Tidelift is one such startup making it big with multi-million dollar fundings.
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NSA to Open Source its Reverse Engineering Tool GHIDRA

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NSA is going to open source its software reverse engineering framework known as GHIDRA. It will be available to the public for free.
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