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We are excited to share that starting today, developers can test, fix and monitor their Azure Repos projects for open source vulnerabilities. Native detection of vulnerabilities within Azure Repos Snyk helps you detect existing vulnerabilities in your projects by scanning your Azure Repos, covering all the languages already supported by existing Snyk Git integrations and […]
We’re happy to share that we are continuing to extend our Container Vulnerability Management offering, now providing integration with your container image registries as well. Test, monitor and fix vulnerable images With Snyk’s new container registry integrations, you can scan your container images for vulnerabilities directly from within your registries. You can also monitor the […]
At Snyk, we’re focused on security and particularly making open source software more secure. As consumers of open source software ourselves, we're keen to give back to the community where we can, and increase the availability of information about open source libraries to everyone, Snyk user or not. Our publicly available Vulnerability DB is one such example, and has recently undergone some improvements—making it even more powerful as an aid to security.
We are excited to share that starting today, developers can import, test, fix and monitor their Bitbucket Cloud projects for open source vulnerabilitiesBeing developer-focused, Snyk is the only solution to provide *native* testing and fixing of open source dependencies for Bitbucket Cloud. Our vision is to help developers take ownership of securing their projects without slowing down by integrating with the ongoing development process.
Join the secure developer for free The Secure Developer Community Today Snyk is happy to announce the launch of The Secure Developer, a community and educational resource for all things security. We’ll bring together the greatest security experts to share their experiences on building security into their workflows, discussing tools that can help, and reviewing […]
We’re happy to share that we’ve just extended our Docker scans to now include scanning key binaries that were manually installed on the Docker image. Up until now, we only scanned OS packages that were installed by OS package managers such as dpkg, apk or rpm. Now we have also extended our support to scan […]
We are excited to announce that we are now providing .NET source code management support. As of today, Snyk enables importing, scanning and monitoring of .NET projects directly within GitHub, GitLab, and Bitbucket without having to move away to Snyk. Snyk is committed to helping developers secure their open source code, and we work hard […]
Today we’re delighted to share that we’re launching our Open Source Security Runtime Monitoring solution, in beta, to all users, with no limitation on usage! While Snyk invests heavily in making fixing vulnerabilities ridiculously easy by baking it into the development workflow, handling a large backlog of issues can be time-consuming. We’ve spent the past […]
Snyk was happy to implement code insights, a new functionality by Bitbucket, to allow Bitbucket Server users to view detailed results of Snyk’s vulnerability scan, all within Bitbucket itself.
First and foremost we would like to wish you a Happy New Year and sincerely thank you for championing open source security and helping us make the world a little safer! A Security Retrospective 2018 has seen its significant share of severe security incidents across the different ecosystems. Snyk’s security research team publicly disclosed a […]
Snyk CEO, Guy Podjarny, spent some time recently talking with Jason Lemkin and Harry Stebbings on the SaaStr podcast to talk about a vast number of topics including some of the core decisions that were made in Snyk’s recent history from being a small startup a few years ago to the fast-growing distributed company it […]