5 Serverless Security Open-Source Tools You Should Use

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There are some wonderful free or open-source tools you can use to improve the security of your serverless projects. We will explore these tools in five areas.

1. Linters

Linters help improve your code by finding common coding flaws. You would typically run them when you create a pull request, create a build, or in your CI/CD.

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Miguel is a published author and a cybersecurity engineer.

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