Focused on tight integration with agile development workflows, reshift automates finding vulnerabilities in source code, and reduces the efforts to remediate them.
“Developers are more likely to fix bugs if presented with analysis results early and as part of their normal workflow.” – SourcedTech
See how reshift can integrate with your modern software development pipeline to help you find and fix vulnerabilities.
Working with the tools that your developers use increases adoption rate among software development teams.
Integrate custom security gates into your DevOps pipeline that maximizes code security while maintaining the pipeline’s throughput.
Enable your development team to start on fixes quicker by giving them a developer view of the issues with all the security knowledge they need to understand the issues and start fixing it.
Each vulnerability has a confidence score that changes based on your confirmation of triaging decisions, so you can have less false positives the more you use the app.
Merge cleaner code to master branches by enabling developers to scan their code as they create pull requests.
Your source code never leaves the build machine. The metadata generated from your source is encrypted both in transit and at rest. Transparency is very important to us.
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reshift is a static code analysis tool, but it goes beyond a ‘one-time’ scan tool, and offers features to help reduce the effort required to categorize and assess vulnerabilities.
Build plugins for Maven and Gradle are supported.
Build times will increase 5-10% based upon the added computation to scan the code and generate code graphs.
We generate code graphs that represent your software code base. We use the code graphs to feed the graph neural network with issue predictions on how true or false each issue is. This helps prioritize and triage security violations. Our machine learning algorithm is constantly evolving as you label security violations. You can find more details about how we do it within the documentation section.
reshift eliminates the noise associated with static analysis. If an issue is not a valid security threat, it can be labelled as such and will reduce the probability of similar issues showing up in future scans.