Supply-chain attack hits RubyGems repository with 725 malicious packages arstechnica.com/information-te

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@niconiconi HMM MAYBE COMPLETELY UNSUPERVISED LANGUAGE-SPECIFIC LIBRARY DUMPS ARE A BAD IDEA AND WE SHOULD LOOK AT HOW LINUX DISTRIBUTIONS ARE SOLVING THE PROBLEM

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@mia @niconiconi And maybe, just maybe ... I know this sounds hopelessly old fashioned ... People should READ THE CODE THEY IMPORT.

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