Find security bugs in your app with a single docker command.
Triage and fix security bugs
Fix key bugs, add to a backlog, or quiet noise by marking 'do-not-fix.'
Automate in the build pipeline
Don't let security bugs hit prod. Add StackHawk to your build pipeline.
Test driven security for your pipeline!
Security Bug Scanner
Scan your running app for security bugs with a single Docker command.
Prioritize high risk findings, manage backlog of low risk items, and silence noise of known and accepted risk.
Manage configuration in code, allowing for collaboration, scalability, and version control.
Bug History Coming Soon
See when bugs were introduced across environments, review comments on actions taken, and log resolutions.
Scan in local dev / test / staging to fix bugs before they become a vulnerability in production.
Log of all unique scans and their findings. Audit logs make your CISO happy while you are crushing bugs.
Automate your application security by integrating StackHawk into your CI/CD pipeline.
Findings include links to fix documentation so you can get back to building features.
Word on the street
Having used other tools to do application scanning, I am excited to watch Stackhawk democratize the process, making scan setup and execution easier for devs, QA, and DevOps folks.
Tate CrumbleyPrincipal Security Engineer | Sovrn
StackHawk accelerated our acceptance into the Salesforce AppExchange by allowing us to easily find and mitigate even the smallest of security vulnerabilities. It continues to fortify the defenses of our platform on every commit so we can be proactive against future threats.
Jacob Caban-TomskiSr. Software Engineer | Commercial Tribe
We're constantly seeking opportunities for improving our security posture and StackHawk struck us immediately as a strong tool to include in our toolbox. Super pleased in running our first scans today, with time from registration to results and a periodic scan in place through GitHub Actions in twenty minutes.
James RamirezCTO | Essentia Analytics
StackHawk proudly supports and is free for Open Source projects.
You might be wondering how we differ from security tools you’ve used before, such as Snyk, Dependabot, or Sonarqube. These tools analyze your source code, build a dependency tree, and compare your dependencies against known vulnerabilities. They are great – use them!
StackHawk is the only developer tool that finds security bugs in code that you or your team wrote. Find and fix bugs early before they become vulnerabilities in production.