Rezilion has updated its open source vulnerability discovery tool, MI-X, to include mitigation and remediation suggestions. Additionally, the tool can now generate output that is machine-readable in either JSON or CSV format.
In order to address the Heartbleed and SpookySSL vulnerabilities in Windows environments, the company has also added Windows support. Rezilion developed the tool as a part of its efforts to develop a platform that enables businesses to more effectively secure their software supply chains, according to Yotam Perkal, director of vulnerability research at Rezilion.
According to him, the platform’s main goal is to stop vulnerabilities from ever being added to applications by giving developers the context they need to understand the potential severity of a vulnerability.