What is Snyk?

Snyk (pronounced sneak) is a developer security platform for securing code, dependencies, containers, and infrastructure as code.

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What Is Snyk?
  • Find issues quickly using the scanner
  • Fix issues easily with remediation advice
  • Verify the updated code
Next up Connect to your repo

Secure while you code in your IDE

  • Integrate a repository to find issues
  • Prioritize with context
  • Fix and merge
Next up Secure your containers

Integrate your source code repositories to secure applications

  • Start fixing containers as soon as your write a Dockerfile
  • Continuously monitor container images throughout their lifecycle
  • Prioritize with context
Next up Integrate into your CI/CD pipeline

Secure your containers as you build, throughout the SDLC

  • Integrate natively with your CI/CD tool
  • Configure your rules
  • Find and fix issues in your application
  • Monitor your applications
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Secure build and deployment pipelines

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How does Snyk work?

Snyk tests for vulnerabilities in your own code, open source dependencies, container images and infrastructure as code configurations, and offers context, prioritization, and remediation.

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Who is Snyk for?

Snyk is a developer-friendly security platform for anyone responsible for securing code. This includes developers, DevOps, Security, DevSecOps, Compliance, AppSec, and any other team that asks the question, “Is this software safe to put out in the world?”

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Is Snyk free?

Snyk has a Free forever plan, as well as paid plans for small development teams to large enterprise organizations. Visit our plans page to learn which option is right for you. Additionally, Snyk is free for open source projects.

What languages does Snyk support?

Snyk supports: JavaScript, Java (Gradle, Maven), .NET, Python, Golang, Swift, Objective-C (CocoaPods), Scala, Ruby, PHP, and Bazel. Learn about Snyk’s language coverage in our support documentation.

What products and platforms does Snyk offer?

Snyk’s developer security platform integrates four key products: Snyk Open Source, Snyk Code, Snyk Container, and Snyk Infrastructure as Code (Kubernetes, Terraform, etc.).

Which tools, IDEs, and platforms does Snyk integrate with?

Taking a developer-first approach to security, Snyk integrates with leading IDE, repository, CI/CD, runtime, registry, and issue management tools.

How does Snyk’s security and vulnerability data compare to other vulnerability databases?

Our security intelligence database, also known as the Snyk Intel Vulnerability Database is maintained by a dedicated research team that combines public sources, contributions from the developer community, proprietary research, and machine learning to continuously adapt to the changing and expanding nature of security threats.

Does Snyk have a CLI?

You can use the CLI for scanning and monitoring on your local machine, and integrate it into your pipeline. You can use the Snyk CLI to scan your applications, containers, and infrastructure as code for security vulnerabilities.You can install the CLI via npm, Homebrew, Scoop, or manually. Learn more in our Snyk CLI documentation.

Does Snyk have an API?

Snyk’s extensibility and API enable developers to tune Snyk’s security automation to their specific workflows, ensuring both developer experience and consistent platform governance. Learn more in our Snyk API documentation and see how our customers like Twilio and Spotify use the Snyk API in their workflows.