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Gain 360° Visibility on
Open Source Risk

Start uncovering all Open Source risks and get code that you completely trust.

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Create an accurate SBOM for any source code, including AI-generated code

SCA Automation

CI/CD pipelines, CLIs, IDE integrations, Webhooks. With our API-first, developer- centric architecture, we integrate with any existing software.

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100% Open Source SCA

The entire SCANOSS Platform is Open Source and we provide a number of client implementations.

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The First SBOM Generator App

The SBOM Workbench is a lightweight app that runs on any Windows/macOS/Linux computer and requires zero server infrastructure. It packs lots of advanced features in a modern and elegant interface. Since it is entirely Open Source, it puts an end to security concerns and vendor lock-in mechanisms.

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CLIs and Webhooks for Automation and CI/CD integration

Our architecture is API-centric, built for developers. The “shift left” paradigm brings license compliance validation to the earliest possible stage in a development process. We can go as left as intercepting a CTRL-V in your IDE before undeclared Open Source is pasted.

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The first Open Source Inventorying engine built specifically for modern development and DevOps teams of all sizes.

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Best in class Open Source detection

The biggest Open Source Knowledge Base in the market & advanced AI-driven detection algorithms. SCANOSS helps you automate Open Source component, file and code fragment detection.

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Precise & always ‘live’ SBOM

Instant identification of entire components, files or code fragments of Open Source. Developer centric Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) generation on a live codebase. No more waiting for a snapshot at the end.

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Live Open Source Knowledge Base

Our knowledge base is constantly learning about new OSS components or updates of existing components. No updates required, an always on connection to the Open Source community & customer feedback.

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Your private data is protected

SCANOSS is 100% Open Source, making the process of extracting fingerprints totally open. Only code fingerprints are sent to our servers for comparison. File names are replaced with numeric identifiers to protect your information.

Declared vs. undeclared code: a huge blind spot.

Most businesses rely on declared open source components to manage risk. This business practice results in a huge blind spot–the undeclared open source components that cannot easily be identified but present the same risks. Undeclared components include, for example:

  • Hidden plagiarized code
  • Forgotten “old” code
  • C/C++ and similar projects
  • Partial file/component code
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Catch security vulnerabilities while coding.

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Limit technical risk by understanding code health.

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Identify legal risks in your code.

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SCA is Broken.

Let’s fix it.

It’s time to reinvent Software Composition Analysis (SCA) with an Open Source inventorying platform aimed at modern DevOps environments.

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Solution for Enterprise

Risk mitigation that fits an enterprise-sized organization, pursuing scalability

Understanding the general “health and welfare” of Open Source in order to limit technical risk has become a new frontier, find out how.

Why you should mitigate open source risks beyond security

As companies with mature Open Source management practices have largely been able to gain adequate control and visibility of license/IP risks as well as security risks, they have been facing many technical risks:

  • Use of OSS with poor project health: excessively high numbers of issues/bugs, poor project management, missing documentation, lack of responsiveness to questions or issues
  • Poor fitness for purpose: OSS with poor performance, scalability, and stability
  • Use of out-of-date forks of a mainstream project
  • Lack of code stability or API backward compatibility that makes upgrading to address issues difficult

Technical risk, often overseen, can elevate your competitive edge by increasing efficiency in your software development lifecycle. Risk mitigation should identify all types of risk, both declared and undeclared, that fits an enterprise organizational structure.

Solution for Scaleups

Get control & visibility over all your open source risks

Mitigating open source risk should be accessible to all stakeholders. Is your organization capable of uncovering all open source risks?

Why you should mitigate open source risks beyond security

As Open Source usage grew to encompass the majority of software creation, risk mitigation became a necessity to automate the Open Source management process.

While you’ve landed in a stage where you’re capable of identifying the security vulnerabilities of all declared code and components, there are still risks left uncovered. For example:

  • Vulnerabilities in undeclared open source
  • License obligations in partial files
  • Technical health of components
  • Export compliance obligations

Solution for early stage companies

Do you really know what’s in your code?

Leveraging open source brings a lot of benefits, but many of the risks are hidden. Without full knowledge of what’s in your code, you can never entirely mitigate the risks. Are you truly aware of your code’s exposure?

What should you be concerned about?

Often, DevOps teams think they’ve got all Open Source risks covered. Everyone knows to keep track of security vulnerabilities and licenses, but there is more:

  • Vulnerabilities in undeclared open source
  • License obligations in partial files
  • Technical health of components
  • Export compliance obligations
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SBOM Workbench

No proprietary algorithms, no closed binaries and definitely no corporate source code. Everything is entirely open and available.

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