Find and mitigate security issues as close as possible to the coding stage, with a dev-friendly toolchain and an amazing time-to-scan.
Spectral was built from the ground up by developers and for developers. Continue writing code as you like, with inherently secure coding tools and platforms.
Three out of 4 companies lack visibility into their cloud service, which can lead to major data breaches, lawsuits, loss of revenue or brand defacement.
We don't build security tools for developers. We build developer tools for security. This means 'cool' is our KPI.
With Spectral you can take a shift-left approach. Don't waste time on rotating keys and activating breach policies, stop leaks before they happen.
With our proprietary query language, SPEQL, you can choose to create customised security and SRE/DevOps rules and more.
Everyone makes mistakes, but some are more expensive to fix than others. Human error, such as leaving an open source product unsecure or pushing a password to your code, can cause severe long term damages.
Audit your code, logs, any files and even binaries with Spectral Scanner and create your own reports and see what is leaking.
Some modern teams have infrastructure in place for linting in every project. Do you use lint tools on your coding projects? Why not audit while you lint? Spectral seamlessly integrates into your repositories and lint tooling.
Our Security Research team continuously works on mapping your software universe and constantly improving our detector engines. Updates are included with the Spectral Scanner for best results, always.
We have a deep grasp of low-level file systems, CPU architecture and software optimization algorithms and we put it to good use. Spectral scans an average sized project in *less than a second* and will never delay your build.
Spectral allows you to scan Github, Gitlab, Dockerhub, and 30+ other cloud services, and helps you figure out where everything is happening and how.
Scan logs, code, apps, images, or any other material, and get a unified view of what’s hiding in your assets, code, infrastructure and logs.