VulnDB Provides Enhanced Intelligence for CodeSentry
Secure Your Software Supply Chain with CodeSentry, Featuring Enhanced Intelligence from VulnDB
VulnDB is the most comprehensive, detailed, and timely source of vulnerability intelligence and third-party library monitoring.
The use of open source components in software development is a common practice with great benefits. Unfortunately, organizations may be introducing significant risk into their environment by consuming unvetted software. Not all third-party libraries and dependencies are tested for vulnerabilities, and developers and Information Security professionals know that surfacing and remediating issues in open source components can be a complex and time-consuming challenge, if it’s undertaken at all.
CodeSentry enables organizations to quickly measure the risk associated with their applications by generating a detailed Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) – without needing access to source code. And now, with enhanced vulnerability intelligence from VulnDB, CodeSentry users benefit from detailed intelligence on over 272,000 vulnerabilities covering IT, OT, IoT, CoTS, and third-party libraries and dependencies.
“With the VulnDB integration, CodeSentry provides actionable intelligence for vulnerabilities hidden in open source components of application binaries.”Christian Simko, Product Manager at GrammaTech
With comprehensive and detailed vulnerability intelligence from VulnDB, CodeSentry users can make truly risk-based decisions to proactively address vulnerabilities hidden inside their applications, and improve the security posture of their organization.
VulnDB is the most comprehensive, detailed, and timely source of vulnerability intelligence available. It provides actionable information about the latest in security vulnerabilities via an easy-to-use SaaS Portal, or a RESTful API for easy integration into GRC tools and ticketing systems. VulnDB allows organizations to search on and be alerted to the latest vulnerabilities, both in end-user software and the third-party libraries or dependencies that help build applications.