StackHawk + GitHub CodeQL: Security Testing in the Developer Workflow

StackHawk's new GitHub CodeQL integration correlates dynamic and static application security testing results to help find and fix exploitable vulnerabilities in your code

Correlate Application Security Issues Across Two Types of Tooling

With StackHawk’s new GitHub CodeQL integration teams can leverage DAST (Dynamic Application Security Testing) and SAST (Static Application Security Testing) to quickly fix the most important application and API security vulnerabilities.

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The StackHawk + GitHub CodeQL Difference

CodeQL Code Findings

Know Where to Focus

DAST and SAST testing work together to identify the high-priority, exploitable security issues in your code. No more manual correlation across tools, and no other software required.

CodeQL Accelerate Fixes

Rapidly Fix

Quickly identify where the issue exists in your codebase, down to a single line of code. Developers can take action on a finding without extensive research or time wasted trying to identify where it lives.

CodeQL Drive Efficiency

Drive Efficiency

Eliminate context switching across tools and give your team a comprehensive understanding of application and API security issues with a single look. Save time and keep your developers focused on software delivery.

Why Choose StackHawk and GitHub CodeQL

Automated Testing in CI/CD

DAST and SAST can be automated in CI/CD alerting developers of security issues early and catching issues before they are shipped to production.

Developer-Friendly Functionality

Developer-friendly configuration, fix guidance, and fix validation so teams can address security issues and get back to feature development.

Built for Modern Apps

StackHawk and GitHub CodeQL were both created for modern apps. Find and fix security bugs in microservices, backing APIs, and modern languages.

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Learn how leading teams are using DAST, SAST, and SCA.

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