Subscribe to a paid plan to collaborate with others on private projects


$0 /month

For open-source projects and low volume testing of private projects

Free plan includes…

all these great features:

Test open-source projects

  • Unlimited tests on open-source projects
  • 100 tests/month on private projects

Weekly security tests and reports

Your dependencies tested every week for newly disclosed vulnerabilities affecting your projects

Remediation for open-source projects

Upgrade or patch vulnerable dependencies from the CLI or with a pull request on GitHub

GitHub integration

Tests in pull requests to prevent code changes from adding vulnerable dependencies

CI integration

Build Snyk into your continuous build and deployment process

Community support

Documentation and online chat

Business plan includes…

same as the Free plan, plus:

Increased test allowance

  • 1000 tests/month on private projects
  • $1 for every 5 additional tests

Daily security tests and reports

Your dependencies tested daily or weekly for newly disclosed vulnerabilities affecting your projects

Remediation for private projects

Upgrade or patch vulnerable dependencies from the CLI or with a pull request on GitHub

User roles

Add members to projects as admins or collaborators

Slack integration

Notifications for new vulnerabilities and fixes

Email support

Support from our great team at


Contact us

For organisations requiring enterprise-grade features, maximum protection and priority support

Contact us for details

Enterprise plan includes…

same as the Business plan, plus:

Unlimited testing

Unlimited tests/month on private projects

Early notifications

Get notified 30 days before Snyk-discovered vulnerabilities are published

Enterprise sources

Support for hosted source code management, such as GitHub Enterprise

Priority support

Dedicated account manager and private Slack channel

Pricing FAQs

What’s a project?

A project can be a public or private GitHub repository, or a local folder tested via the CLI, that you are monitoring with Snyk. We’ll track the open source dependencies of each project, and alert you when new vulnerabilities are discovered, as well as when new upgrades or patches to fix existing vulnerabilities become available.

What’s a Snyk organisation?

An organisation groups projects, and can have team members who access these projects. Snyk pricing works per organisation. This means you can have your own default organisation on a free plan, while being a member of an organisation your company pays for.

How do you count tests?

For GitHub projects, we count a test whenever you make a change to your dependencies on your default branch, and depending on your settings, whenever you create a pull request which changes those dependencies. For the Snyk CLI, we count each call to snyk test or snyk monitor as a test.

What are the different user roles on Snyk?

The free account and starter plan have only administrators, whereas the other paid-for plans allow you to add collaborators. Collaborators can view and contribute to projects, but can’t access billing details or invite team members.

What’s the deal with the 30-day free trial?

Each Snyk organisation can try out our paid-for plans for 30 days for free, without providing payment information. You can upgrade or pay during the trial to keep monitoring your private projects beyond the trial, otherwise we will downgrade you to the free plan when the trial ends.

Do you have free plans for nonprofit or academic projects?

We do! You can add unlimited public repos to Snyk with our free plan. If your organisation uses private projects, please let us know.

Can I change my plan? Can I cancel anytime?

Yes. Organisation administrators can upgrade or downgrade plans, as well as cancel altogether.

How can I pay?

Prices are in USD. We accept Visa, MasterCard, and American Express. Want to pay via invoice? Sure, just get in touch and we’ll sort it out.

Do you store any credit card information in your systems?

No. All credit card activity and information is handled by our third-party provider, Stripe. See Stripe’s Terms and Services.