Static Application Security Testing
Detect source code exposed to hackers’ attack and bring more complete security in the early stage of application development life cycle.
Apona's SAST technology is your strategic partner in identifying and mitigating security vulnerabilities in your codebase. Our tool is meticulously designed to empower development teams, ensuring robust and secure software from the ground up.
Enabling you to conduct both your source code's vulnerability and quality inspection at once, you can conveniently check your application’s security defects and quality including potential errors and performance issues in a single environment.
Its aim is to automatically detect and locate defects in source code. Those defects can be broadly divided into two categories: security vulnerability and quality. Defects associated with software quality may vary ranging from potential errors and bad performance factors to non-compliance with development standards.
How it works
Apona's SAST technology employs a comprehensive approach to thoroughly analyze your application's source code.
Our process includes:
Code Analysis: We scan your source code, reviewing it with a fine-toothed comb to detect potential security vulnerabilities.
Automated Scanning: We automate the scanning process to ensure that all code is comprehensively reviewed, leaving no room for security gaps.
Vulnerability Reports: Our technology generates detailed reports that pinpoint identified vulnerabilities, providing your team with actionable insights.
Integration: Seamlessly integrate our SAST technology into your development workflow for hassle-free security assessments.
Proactive Security: Catch vulnerabilities in the early stages of development, preventing costly incidents down the line.
Regulatory Compliance: Ensure your software complies with industry-specific security standards and regulations.
Cost-Efficiency: Save resources by addressing issues before they escalate.
Secure Code Development: Promote secure coding practices within your team to build resilient software.
Compliance Assurance: Ensure compliance with industry-specific security standards, avoiding penalties and reputational damage.
DevSecOps: Seamlessly integrate security into your DevOps pipeline for a secure and efficient software development process.
Buffer Overflows: A common source of software vulnerabilities, can lead to erratic program behavior, memory errors, crashes, and security breaches when maliciously exploited.
Command Injection: An attacker can inject and execute unauthorized commands in a vulnerable application, essentially gaining unauthorized system access.
Cross-Site Scripting (XSS): XSS involves attackers sending malicious scripts via web applications to unsuspecting users.
SQL Injection: A major hacking method exploiting vulnerabilities to insert malicious code into a site's database.