Scantist gathers open-source dependencies using information using manifest files, signature matches, build logs and other features. The data is consolidated into a secure JSON file under the project directory. No source data or sensitive code is collected in the process.
After data collection, our software composition analysis employs heuristics and machine learning based techniques with our 23M+ open-source database to create an application's open-source inventory.
Post-processing, Scantist's Security Analyst reviews SCA output, addressing potential false positives and adding recommendations. The detailed audit results include OSS Inventory, Licensing, and Security.
Continuous monitoring for fresh vulnerabilities and potential risks, to offers prompt support to maintain software's security strength, ensuring protection from evolving threats.
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