The NSA Launches a Public Github Page

by Developer.com Staff

The intelligence agency is letting the open source community in on some of its secrets.

One the most secretive U.S. intelligence agencies is releasing some of its code under open source licenses. In a surprising move, the National Security Agency (NSA) now has a public Github page Currently, the main NSA page has 11 different repositories, and its Information Assurance group has a separate Github page with 21 more repositories.

The NSA shares open source code as part of its Technology Transfer Program.

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This article was originally published on Monday Jun 19th 2017
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