FlexNet Code Aware
FREE Automated Open Source Risk Assessment & Package Discovery
Don’t stress. Assess your OSS. Like all developers, you’re aware that hidden risks are on the rise. But that doesn’t mean you’re aware of where they’re hidden, where you’re vulnerable, or what you’re exposing users to. Once you know your risks and where they are, you can secure your open source code, your users and your reputation.
FlexNet Code Aware sees what you can’t in your open source code — from intellectual property (IP) compliance issues to security threats. It’s a simple scan that ensures you’re safe to ship, or stops you from spreading risk. All in a matter of minutes. Best of all, it’s free for developers like you — so you can focus on doing what you do best.
FLEXNET CODE AWARE VS. FLEXNET CODE INSIGHT
|FLEXNET CODE AWARE||FLEXNET CODE INSIGHT|
|OSS DISCOVERY||Limited to OSS discovery in Java, NPM and NuGet software packages||No limitations. Find all evidence of open source software in your code|
|DEPTH OF SCAN||High level package analysis||Flexible, from package analysis to detailed scans including code snippets, dependencies, and binaries|
|INTEGRATE BUILD CYCLE||
|SECURITY & COMPLIANCE EXCEPTION ALERTS||–|
|INTEGRATE INTO BUILD CYCLE||Minimal||Multiple, detailed reports|
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