- Identify vulnerable dependencies needing an update.
- The servers return the list of known vulnerabilities for all versions of the packages.
- Then the client picks up the relevant vulnerabilities by comparing with the versions of the packages that are used by the project.
- SAST tools such as Source Code Analysis can detect high-risk software vulnerabilities such as SQL injection which would affect the system through the life of the software.
- SAST systems can be applied early in the software development cycle because it looks at the code before it is compiled and warns of weak spots.
- With cloud-based SAST, there is no need for in-house hardware, once against cutting down on maintenance.
- Schedule tests, set the desired depth of testing, and make modifications as business requirements change and threats evolve.
- Provide development and QA teams with a report on critical vulnerabilities along with information that lets them recreate the flaws.
- Continuously scans applications as they evolve, providing automatic detection and assessment of code changes and alerting for newly discovered vulnerabilities.
- Checking the software packages, binaries, libraries, operative system files, etc. against one or more well-known vulnerabilities databases.
- Analyzing the
Dockerfileand image metadata to detect security sensitive configurations.
- User-defined policies, or any set of requirements that you want to check for every image, like software packages blacklists.
- PWSLab compares the licenses between the source and target branches and shows the information right on the merge request.
- Blacklisted licenses will be clearly visible with an
xred icon next to them as well as new licenses which need a decision from you.
- PWSLab provides the capability to not only show the health of an application but also to highlight issues newly introduced.
- It can detect tricky issues such as null-pointers dereferences, logic errors, resource leaks.
- One place to provide a shared vision of code quality for developers, tech leads and managers.
- It scans the content of the repository to find API keys and other information that should not be there.
- Detecting if such preventions are explicitly bypassed.
- Providing a checklist of secrets to roll, and migrate off to more secure storage.
You’ll gain visibility into the status of every software component at any time, and audit trails are automatically captured.
Security in release process
As you release more often and more quickly, you’ll need a platform like PWSLab to integrate security steps as a part of the release process.
Armed with audit trails and full visibility into both development changes and environment status, you’ll be able to respond quickly.