Application Security at the Speed of
Modern Software

Engineering teams are delivering software faster than ever before. Delivering secure applications
requires tooling built for automation in the modern tech stack.

Software Delivery has Changed

The Requirements for AppSec

are Different Now

Software is pushed to production faster than ever before, with many teams releasing multiple times per day. Legacy approaches to application security no longer cut it.

Weekly scheduled scans of the production application lead to delayed vulnerability discovery and vast inefficiencies in fixes. The future of application security is automated in CI/CD.

Application Security Automation

Code. Pull Request. Test.

With application security tests on every pull request, developers are alerted if they are about to introduce a new vulnerability into production. Equipped with all relevant information to troubleshoot the bug, including a curl command to reproduce the finding, developers can quickly triage the issue, choosing to fix or prioritize in a future sprint.

Software Delivery has Changed

Shortening the find -> fix cycle results
in significant efficiency gains

Vulnerabilities Now
Found Before Prod

Get alerted before a vulnerability is live in production, allowing you to control risk profile of what is shipped to customers

Fixes Are Faster While
in Context

Developers are notified on the PR when a new vulnerability is introduced, allowing them to fix the code they just worked on

Change Increments
are Smaller

Scanning underlying microservices and APIs creates faster scans and clearer focus when a fix is needed

Security Scales Across Engineering

With developer centric tooling, the age old problem of security playing catch up with engineering is gone

Leverage Trusted OSS Scanner

Built on ZAP, StackHawk leverages the industry standard dynamic application security testing scanner

Test the Modern Application Stack

Engineering teams deliver APIs, GraphQL, and single page apps, so your AppSec tooling must be built to test the modern stack

Today’s Leading Teams
Choose StackHawk

Trust the Most Widely Used Security Scanner

StackHawk is built on the open-source ZAP project. With over a decade of history and as the world’s most widely used security scanner, you can trust that StackHawk’s security scans are leveraging best-in-class technology.

Interested in More?

What is Dynamic App Security Testing?

Dynamic application security testing (DAST) runs security tests against a running application. It finds vulnerabilities your team introduced as well as exploitable open source vulnerabilities.

Why Automate AppSec in CI/CD?

With the speed of modern software delivery, scheduled scans of the production application no longer cut it.

Learn why application security automated in CI/CD makes so much sense.

Personalized StackHawk Demo

Want to learn more about how StackHawk can support your application security initiatives.

Connect with one of our product specialists for a personalized overview.

StackHawk proudly supports and is free for Open Source projects.

Want to add StackHawk to your open source project? Get in touch.

Ready for more?

Read the Docs

Get up and running in less than an hour. Build the config file and then 

$ docker run hawkscan to find your security bugs.

Get Started

Find and fix application security bugs before they hit production. Build your config and run your first scan in less than 15 minutes.

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