Consolidating and centralizing vulnerabilities not only reduces operating costs, it is also an efficient way to reduce risk exposure. The more tests conducted and/or the more different detection tools you have, the higher value and ROI your vulnerability management delivers.

buguroo AppSec Platform provides a lifecycle for vulnerabilities, allowing you to monitor the status of each vulnerability, and allowing AppSec Platform’s intelligence to help manage them. Each status is associated with different behaviors when, for example, you import new results from another detection tool. There are numerous statuses for vulnerabilities, such as Active, Adopted, Certified, Corrected, in Management, or Discarded.

Yes, it remembers the status. It is part of the intelligence of vulnerability management that allows you to consolidate vulnerabilities and helps with multi-scanner and multi-brand management. Our products give a unique interpretation of the risk which is taken from the consolidation and unification of the risk detected in various sources.

No. The advantage of having an application that manages your vulnerabilities (bugBlast Vulnerability Manager) and has a static code analyzer (bugScout SCA) is that you can safeguard your applications with the minimum time investment. Static Code Analysis (SCA) is the most effective method of detecting vulnerabilities in your applications; its speed/accuracy ratio is much higher than other methods. Vulnerability management with bugBlast Vulnerability Manager also helps you accelerate the process so you can focus on your business.

It’s the fastest, most economical, and most effective way to avoid security risks. Application security is vital in any business exposed to the internet; corporate reputation can be damaged if I.T. systems or applications are compromised.
Yes. These are two complementary tasks that we recommend combining. Static analysis allows you to find problematic patterns in the source code, things that may not be found during the ethical hacking process. If you start from the code analysis of an application, the ethical hacking is much more effective and efficient. On the other hand, ethical hacking can complement problem checking tasks that manifest at runtime (those that are harder to see during static analysis) and can help with running exploitation proof of concept (not feasible in static analysis), as well as identify vulnerabilities at the server level. If you feed both results to the buguroo AppSec Platform, you’ll have the best of each one and a combined view that will simplify your way of mitigating risk.

We focus on the most widespread technologies and languages where our solutions give optimal results. We’re not trying to cover a large number of languages in order to focus on languages where the vast majority of security risks occur, precisely because they are so widely used. Java, PHP, .NET, and application ecosystems for Android systems especially. This focus makes us especially competitive in these languages.

In addition, the high capacity for customization, our Cloud and/or Appliance architecture, and its ease of use – both of integration and of the flexible interface — make us the solution that best meets the needs of the most demanding ecosystems.

In SCA we believe we are the clear leader in the languages that we support. We also provide clients with a capacity for customization that none of our competitors offer.

bugBlast Vulnerability Manager is a compact and flexible tool that provides a comprehensive solution to the problems of information detection and management.

buguroo AppSec platform unifies and consolidates the results of all of your vulnerability detection tools, including our SCA tool – bugScout.

Improving important aspects such as:

  • Maintainability: complex code, duplicate code, lack of comments, etc.
  • Reliability: possible bugs, null references, lack of unit testing, etc.
  • Performance: costly sentences from a performance perspective, poor loop management, excessive inheritance, etc.
In many respects, software quality is indirectly related to security. For example, better maintainability reduces response time to incidents; incidents related to performance can be used to attack your software and can lead to availability problems; reliability problems can lead to risk of lack of availability, etc.

Additionally, quality development is more affordable to maintain and develop and it is easier to correct if functional or security bugs are detected. Likewise, your apps will be more reliable, robust, and effective if your code does not contain quality problems.

Yes, but the test will detect more vulnerabilities, even for that file, if the complete application is uploaded, since there are vulnerabilities that are detected only if the entire code is available. The best option in code testing is to always upload complete applications or modules.
It is not necessary, but it is highly recommended since the test accuracy would notably improve. The more complete the app source code to be tested is, the greater the detection of vulnerabilities and the accuracy of results will be.
bugScout SCA includes three default SCA testing policies: complete, advanced, and quick. However, the user may create their own policies and create and customize their own detection rules, etc. The default policies are the following:

  • Complete testing: most aggressive mode. Detects all suspected vulnerabilities. Greater probability of false positives. Creates more noise, but in return, it can draw out problems that may be useful when reviewed manually. This policy is good when combined with a manual verification of the result.
  • Advanced testing: fewer risks are involved in searching for vulnerabilities and it is less likely that false positives will be found in the process.
  • Quick testing: conservative mode in which there are practically no false positives and the detection of vulnerabilities is therefore more reliable. However, there is a risk that some vulnerabilities will not be detected during testing.
Both bugBlast Vulnerability Manager and bugScout SCA can run in the Cloud or on premise (via Appliance). Each option has its advantages. AppSec in the cloud gives you instantaneous feedback, can be adjusted to changing needs, and is more affordable. The on-premise mode is intended to better integrate with the client ecosystem and be used for projects where having information on-site is necessary since the source code never leaves the client’s infraestructure.
bugThreats will automatically sync with bugThreats CTI Platform in order to exchange intelligence information about the new vulnerabilities identified online in order to proactively offer new possible vulnerabilities that affect your organization’s active codes without needing to run automatic scans.

You can create your inventory of active codes in bugBlast Vulnerability Manager and assign CPEs (a standard for identifying products) to those active codes; bugBlast gives you tools to make that process easier.

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