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Static Application SecurityTesting (SAST) with
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Commit to developer-led project security by detecting Security Vulnerabilities and Security Hotspots during code review

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Detect security issues in code review with Static Application Security Testing (SAST)

Detect Security Vulnerabilities and Security
Hotspots during code review

Security Hotspots
Security

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Find and review Security Hotspots (uses of
security-sensitive code) in:

Available for:

Detect Security Hotspots in java Detect Security Hotspots in C sharp Detect Security Hotspots in Python Detect Security Hotspots in PHP Detect Security Hotspots in javascript Detect Security Hotspots in typescript Detect Security Hotspots in C Detect Security Hotspots in C++ Detect Security Hotspots in vb
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Security Vulnerabilities
Security

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Automatically detect Vulnerabilities (including
injection flaws found by taint analysis) in:

Available for:

Detect Security Vulnerabilities in java Detect Security Vulnerabilities in C sharp Detect Security Vulnerabilities in Python Detect Security Vulnerabilities in PHP Detect Security Vulnerabilities in javascript Detect Security Vulnerabilities in typescript Detect Security Vulnerabilities in C Detect Security Vulnerabilities in C++

Watch how SonarQube empowers developers to own Code Security

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    SonarQube and Static Application Security Testing

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    SonarQube’s Code Security for Developers

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    SonarQube’s Security Vulnerabilities & Hotspots overview

  • 9:00min

    5 minutes Demo of SonarQube in Action!

  • 15:22min

    Summary & wrap up

  • Bitbucket Bitbucket
  • GitHub GitHub
  • Azure DevOps Azure DevOps
  • GitLab GitLab

Available for both cloud-based and self-hosted platforms

Your pull request from Bitbucket using SonarQube
Get security findings in
pull request analysis

Empowering developers means shifting security left and presenting Security Vulnerabilities as early as possible in your process when the code is fresh in mind and the fix is still easy

Application security
Chase down the bad actors

Application security comes from making sure that data is sanitized before hitting critical parts of your system (Database, File System, OS, etc.)

Taint analysis tracks untrusted user input through the execution flow from the Vulnerability source to the code location (‘sink’) where the compromise occurs.

Critical security rules for vital languages

Get highly relevant rules for critical languages to help keep your code secure.

Taint Analysis tracks non-trusted user input throughout the execution flow for Java code
  • Java
  • PHP
  • C#
  • C++
  • Python
  • JS/TS
Clear security issues, clear actions
We believe in empowering developers to own Code Security.
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