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Find high-priority, exploitable security issues in your code. View your exposure across your codebases and focus on the vulnerabilities that matter.
Create custom queries to easily find and prevent variants of new security concerns. Use them alongside the 2,000+ CodeQL queries from GitHub and the community. Integrate third party scanning engines to view results from all your security tools in a single interface. Export results through a single API.
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Understand your supply chain and how dependencies impact the security of your code.
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Report security issues, share security knowledge and grow with the community. Contribute to open source code scanning queries written by GitHub and leading security researchers.
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