Google has open sourced its own internal vulnerability scanner which is designed to be used on large-scale enterprise networks made up of thousands or even millions of internet-connected systems.

The scanner, which is named Tsunami, was made available on GitHub by the search giant last month though it has been used internally at the company for some time now. Now that it is open source though, the vulnerability scanner will no longer be a Google product but will instead be maintained by the open source community in a similar way to Kubernetes.

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