What’s hiding in your code?
Discover bad coding practices, bugs, weaknesses, and vulnerabilities by scanning your own software or software that you’d like to use in the SWAMP. There are two ways to use the SWAMP: the ready-to-use cloud computing platform at mir-swamp.org or by downloading the SWAMP-in-a-Box (SiB) open-source distribution. SWAMP also has a Java command line interface, a GitHub webhook, and plugins for Java, Eclipse, and Git/SVN.
Use the SWAMP in 3 simple steps:
1) Upload a package.
2) Run assessments.
3) View results.
If you are going to be in Baltimore, MD on March 21-22 for DevOpsDays Baltimore, stop by to see the SWAMP team! When registering for the conference, use the SWAMP’s discount code SWAMPFRIENDS to save 10% on your registration. The SWAMP team will be providing demos and answering questions about the SWAMP’s open source software, including SWAMP-in-a-Box and SWAMP plug-ins for Eclipse, Jenkins, and Git/Subversion.
Register for DevOpsDays here.
New versions of the SWAMP plug-ins for Jenkins (1.1.1) and Eclipse (1.1.0) are now available in their respective marketplaces! These versions support accessing SWAMP instances through a proxy and include documentation updates.
A Java CLI (command line interface) with proxy support is also available on github: https://github.com/mirswamp/java-cli.