Software Composition Analysis

In the realm of Software Composition Analysis (SCA), Securityium offers a comprehensive solution designed to meticulously scan containers, open-source software, OS packages, and dependencies for vulnerabilities. Our cutting-edge technology ensures that builds and pull requests are scrutinized for critical CVEs, empowering you to fortify your software against potential threats. Leveraging a sophisticated scanning mechanism, we compare your containers, OS packages, and images against a myriad of publicly available vulnerability databases, including the esteemed NIST Vulnerability Database.

Software Composition Analysis (SCA) is the cornerstone of modern software security. It involves the meticulous identification and management of third-party and open-source components within your software ecosystem. At Securityium, we delve deep into assessing the security risks associated with these components, meticulously scrutinizing for outdated libraries, known vulnerabilities, and compliance discrepancies.

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Common Vulnerabilities

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    Outdated Libraries

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    Vulnerable Dependencies

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    License Violations

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    Code Injection via Libraries

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    Insecure Default Configurations

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    Missing Security Misconfigurations

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    Malicious Components

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    Lack of Component Integrity Verification

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    Hardcoded Credentials in Dependencies

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    Misuse of Components

Approach

Our approach to Software Composition Analysis (SCA) and application penetration testing is as rigorous as it is systematic. We initiate the process with an exhaustive detection phase, employing a myriad of methods to pinpoint open-source components within your software infrastructure. Once identified, our seasoned consultants meticulously assess the security risks associated with these components and their versions. Utilizing a risk matrix, we prioritize issues based on exploit likelihood and potential impact, ensuring that your software's security posture is fortified.

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    Inventory of Components

    We conduct a meticulous inventory of all third-party libraries and components utilized in your software.

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    Vulnerability Scanning

    Our state-of-the-art tools meticulously scan components for known vulnerabilities, leaving no stone unturned.

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    License Compliance Check

    We ensure compliance with open-source licenses and legal requirements, safeguarding you from potential legal pitfalls.

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    Patch Management

    Implementing patching strategies, we address identified vulnerabilities promptly, mitigating potential risks effectively.

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Tools Used : • Snyk • Github • Composer • Own Script

Benefits

Our SCA services yield a plethora of benefits, including enhanced software security, reduction of
attack surface, compliance with software licensing regulations, and fortified software supply
chain security.

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Ready to bolster your software's security posture? Reach out to us today for a comprehensive Software Composition Analysis.

Certifications

Our team holds prestigious certifications, including CREST, CERIN, CEH, OSCP, OSCE, CRT, and CPSA, ensuring high-quality and
professional testing services.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Understanding the importance of SCA is crucial for identifying and managing security risks associated with open-source components. It helps ensure that your software is secure and free from vulnerabilities that could be exploited.

SCA helps by identifying vulnerabilities, outdated libraries, and compliance issues within your software's open-source components. This enables you to address these risks promptly and effectively.

An SCA assessment involves several essential steps: a. Conducting a thorough inventory of all third-party libraries and components. b. Scanning these components for known vulnerabilities. c. Checking for compliance with open-source licenses. d. Implementing patch management strategies to address identified vulnerabilities.

Ensuring compliance involves verifying that all open-source components are used in accordance with their respective licenses. This prevents potential legal issues and ensures that your software meets all legal requirements.

Best practices include: • Regularly scanning your software for vulnerabilities. • Keeping an up-to-date inventory of all third-party components. • Promptly addressing identified vulnerabilities through patch management. • Continuously monitoring for new vulnerabilities and compliance issues.

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