Audit Your Products.
Identifying and helping to address hidden weaknesses in your organization’s security
What is Static Application Security Testing (SAST)?
Static application security testing (SAST), or static analysis, is a testing methodology that analyzes source code to find security vulnerabilities that make your organization’s applications susceptible to attack. SAST scans an application before the code is compiled. Hadess SAST tool give developers real-time feedback as they code, helping them fix issues before they pass the code to the next phase of the SDLC It’s also known as white box testing.
Hadess SAST's is a fast, accurate, and highly scalable static analysis (SAST)
It helps development and security teams address security and quality defects early in the software development life cycle (SDLC)
Track and manage risks across the application portfolio
Ensuring compliance with security and coding standards
Client goals that can be attained by sast can be divided into four categories:
Code securely with integrated SAST
Quickly triage and fix complex security issues
Supports the major web languages
Automate security in the CI/CD pipeline
Key Features of Hadess SAST Service
Actionable outcomes of your business securities
Hadess’s certified ethical hackers provide regular feedback throughout an engagement to ensure that your key stakeholders stay informed. Here’s what you can expect to receive post-assessment
Developers dramatically outnumber security staff.
It can be challenging for an organization to find the resources to perform code reviews on even a fraction of its applications.
analyze 100% of the codebase.
A key strength of SAST tools is the ability to analyze 100% of the codebase.
much faster than manual secure code reviews
Additionally, they are much faster than manual secure code reviews performed by humans.
scan millions of lines of code in a matter of minutes.
These tools can scan millions of lines of code in a matter of minutes. SAST tools automatically identify critical vulnerabilities—such as buffer overflows, SQL injection, cross-site scripting, and others—with high confidence. Thus, integrating static analysis into the SDLC can yield dramatic results in the overall quality of the code developed.
APPROACH AND METHODOLOGY
Hadess’s experts adopt a systematic approach to comprehensively test your organization’s threat detection and response capabilities.
Our ethical hackers and penetration testing service experts possess the skills and experience to identify the latest threats.