This year we'll highlight more resources for your appsec toolbox. They may be familiar tools with more than a decade of code behind them or something new. But they will be something that solves a problem and is good to have ready from the command line.
The Homebrew project is a package manager for adding open source tools to macOS (or Linux).
Use the brew command to list, review, add, and remove tools that either don’t come by default on your system or to get new versions of those that do.
Everything it does is well contained within its own directory structure. It won’t clobber any of your system commands.
As we cover more tools throughout the year, brew will be the best way for macOS (and Linux) listeners to follow along.