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  1. The Clouditor is a tool to support continuous cloud assurance. Developed by Fraunhofer AISEC.

    Go 59 17

  2. A library to extract Code Property Graphs from C/C++, Java, Golang and Python.

    Kotlin 127 42

  3. okr2go Public

    okr2go (as in to go) is a simple tracker for your Objective and Key Results (OKR) that you can use locally just using a Markdown file and thus is available to go.

    Go 42 8

  4. oauth2go Public

    oauth2go aims to be a basic OAuth 2.0 authorization server that implements at least some of the most basic OAuth 2.0 flows.

    Go 1

  5. kotlintree Public

    This little project provides Kotlin bindings for the popular tree-sitter library. Currently it only supports the Kotlin JVM target, but Kotlin native is on the roadmap.

    Kotlin 23 2

  6. Community maintained clone of

    Go 3.7k 217

1,449 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

November 2022

Created a pull request in Fraunhofer-AISEC/cpg that received 3 comments

Adding proper naming support to the CPG

+1,577 −1,140 3 comments
Reviewed 31 pull requests in 5 repositories
clouditor/clouditor 20 pull requests
Fraunhofer-AISEC/cpg 7 pull requests
clouditor/cloud-property-graph 2 pull requests
clouditor/ui-next 1 pull request
golang-jwt/jwt 1 pull request

Created an issue in clouditor/ui-next that received 1 comment

Add new target of evaluations in dashboard

Select security catalog For each requirement, select one out of three options: Monitoring enabled Manually monitored Delegated

1 comment
3 contributions in private repositories Nov 10

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