Find and fix any non-public information that may be exposed in the code
Security helps automatically detect potential vulnerabilities and suggests fixes
Build secure code from the start
Secure code means sustainable projects and increased enterprise adoption, so get it right the first time by making security part of your development process. Automated vulnerability detection and fix recommendations make it easier to resolve security bugs without having to be a full-time expert. Demonstrate your commitment to security with a badge from the Core Infrastructure Initiative (CII).
Protect your open source investments
Protect against the risk of vulnerabilities in open source projects by verifying that the projects you depend on are secure. Identify how secure or enterprise-ready a project is with reports and badges.
Snyk and Linux Foundation strategic partnership
Jointly developed by the Linux Foundation and Snyk, LFX Security is a hybrid solution to improve code security for open source projects. The Linux Foundation aggregates and contextualizes security data based on projects and ecosystems, while Snyk provides the backend engine for vulnerability scanning and extensive subject matter expertise.
Learn more about Snyk at snyk.io
Join projects securing code with scans and implementing recommended fixes
Centralized Project Security Dashboard
Monitor your entire project for potential vulnerabilities with an aggregated project-level view of your entire software sandwich across source control systems and repositories.
Contextual Vulnerability Reporting
Track potential vulnerabilities within the context of a holistic view that aggregates your project’s 100s or 1000s of repositories.
Automated Vulnerability Scanning
Stay up-to-date on project health with weekly checks against thousands of authorized open source repository vulnerability databases, bug bounties, security advisories, and security articles and reports.
Detailed Dependency Tree
Understand the relationships between local and upstream packages and identify the impact of vulnerabilities to your project.
Resolve any detected vulnerabilities with CVE and CWE recommendations based on pull requests from others in the ecosystem.
Neutral to Source Control Systems
Security supports the most common SCMs including GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab, Azure, and more.
License Compliance Management
Ensure project compliance by keeping track of all licenses used by your projects and their dependencies.
Release Version Contextualization
Review potential vulnerabilities within the context of your project’s code release schedule.