Open Source Code Vulnerability Scan

SOOS provides a deep dependency tree vulnerability scan of your open source packages and their accompanying licenses and presents that information in an easy-to-use dashboard.

Scan your code

Unlimited Projects. Unlimited Users. Unlimited Scans.
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  • Find Open Source Vulnerabilities
  • Research
  • Prioritize
  • Push Fixes
  • Monitor Vulnerabilities in Real-Time

Vulnerability Scanners are the first line of defense in open source vulnerability management. A vulnerability scan identifies potential attack vectors in open source packages included in your manifest before they can compromise system security or data integrity.

SOOS’ cloud-based vulnerability scan sets up in minutes to scan your source repository manifests in real-time. The open source vulnerability scan identifies vulnerable packages, indicates what the fix is, and integrates easily into the development team’s CI/CD pipeline and workflow tools to make fixing and monitoring easy. Researching open source vulnerabilities, prioritizing and monitoring is easy with the integrated dashboard.

What are open source vulnerabilities and where are they found?

Software coding flaws or misconfigurations can let attackers gain unauthorized access to a system or network. Open source code packages and libraries can have these vulnerabilities. When these flaws are identified in an open source package they are reported in the National Vulnerabilities Database (NVD) and the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) systems. Additionally, SOOS’s cloud-based software vulnerability scanner includes vulnerabilities that are listed in Github issues.

What else do you get with SOOS?

Unlimited Projects, Unlimited Users, Unlimited Scans, CI/CD Integrations, Typo Detection, Suggested Fixes, Rich Vulnerability Management Dashboards, SBOM generation, Open Source License Management, Issue Trackers, and a Robust Governance package.

Open source license libraries supported

Open source languages/package managers supported: Python/PiPI, Node/NPM, RUBY/RUBYGems, Java/Maven, and .NET/NuGet.

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