SolaredAPPscreener Features

SDLC integration = SAST adoption

To make full use of SAST, companies should consider deep integration with the existing software development environment. Even if the security assessment software supports all required programming languages, the necessity of adding a separate step for devs to run application security testing may be a burden.

SolaredAPPscreener seamlessly plugs into each stage of the software development lifecycle (SDLC), thus allowing your developers to easily run security scans and focus on building applications.

SolaredAPPscreener provides out-of-the-box integrations with the most common IDEs (e.g. Eclipse), repositories (e.g. github) and bug tracking solutions (e.g. JIRA).

Production SAST

The DAST approach allows users to better address the security testing requirements of waterfall-oriented teams, with dynamic analysis commonly being applied once a runtime version of the software is available. At this stage, it is sometimes difficult, or even impossible, to obtain the source code from the development. Moreover, DAST scanning results can rarely provide the same level of vulnerability coverage as SAST. Therefore, black box testing is the only method available when your application is running.

But what if it is not?

SolaredAPPscreener makes it possible to use Static Analysis, even when development is completed. Using Production SAST allows binary and executable files to be assessed for vulnerabilities, with the unique technology reconstructing the original source code and mapping any detected vulnerabilities.

Secure Open Source Usage

It is not surprising that developers often rely on open source components while developing commercial software. Indeed, one can find almost any functionality source code or ready to deploy library on popular online repositories. However, while this approach helps to save time and prevent the need to write code, it also puts application security at risk.

SAST can be of great value to run application security testing in the case that the source code is available. However, what if the developer had implemented a ready to use library as part of the project? How can you know whether it exposes your business to cyber-attacks?

SolaredAPPscreener Open Source Scan allows for the scanning of any formats of open-source components for vulnerabilities and back doors. No matter whether you have source code, binaries or executables, just upload them to SolaredAPPscreener and get a full report on potential risks associated with third party code usage within the applications you develop or purchase.

Mobile Application Security Testing

Running security testing for mobile apps has never been easier. All you have to do is paste an app link on GooglePlay or AppStore, with SolaredAPPscreener then obtaining the source code from the package and applying static analysis for full vulnerability coverage.

Polyglot Programming Compatible

SolaredAPPscreener easily detects coding language and has no problems understanding polyglot programs written in multiple languages. Just upload the source code and press Scan.

Current language support

Static Analysis

Java, Scala, PHP, Android, iOS, С#, PHP, PL/SQL, Python, Ruby, C/C++, VB 6.0, T/SQL, Delphi, ABAP, HTML5, Solidity

Binary Analysis

Android, iOS, jar, war, exe, dll

With Compliance in Mind

SolaredAPPscreener is a great choice for companies seeking to support compliance with security standards, with users being able to easily generate scan reports formatted according to HIPAA, PCI DSS or OWASP vulnerability classification.