High severity vulnerability in HTTP/2
Find and fix CVE-2023-44487 with Snyk.
Zero-day vulnerabilities arise without notice, so you need an AppSec solution and response playbook in place to find and remediate immediately to reduce risk and exposure.
The majority of code in a project is third-party
Free and open source software constitutes 70-90% of any modern software solution, all of which is vulnerable to zero-days.
Dependencies have their own dependencies
Fixing zero-days in direct dependencies can be tough, but fixing zero-days in indirect dependencies takes powerful tools.
Malicious actors are getting faster
58% of hackers need just five hours or less to exploit a security weakness once reported, so your clock is ticking.
When the critical Log4Shell vulnerability hit, Snyk customers remediated the vulnerability faster – protecting their applications and their own customers, while saving developer hours.
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Our researchers hand-curate Snyk Vulnerability Database with up-to-date security data, including the very latest zero-day vulnerability information, so you can accurately identify risks and fix them quickly in both direct and indirect dependencies — often with just a few clicks.
Snyk runs in your Git repos, scans from the IDE, and adds security directly into CI/CD, so projects are continuously monitored for the latest vulnerabilities.
Snyk uses application context to provide security-proven suggested fixes for vulnerable code, including recommending updated dependencies, so your developers can apply the fix that's right for them quickly.
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