Scan your source code and infra IaC against top security risks

Betterscan is a orchestration toolchain that uses state of the art tools to scan your source code and infrastructure IaC and analyzes your security and compliance risks.

Currently supports: PHPJavaScalaPythonPERLRuby.NET Full FrameworkC#CC++SwiftKotlinApex (Salesforce)JavascriptTypescriptGO, Infrastructure as a Code (IaC) Security and Best Practices (DockerKubernetes (k8s)Terraform AWS, GCP, Azure), Secret Scanning (166+ secret types), Dependency Confusion, Trojan Source,

Open Source and Proprietary Checks (total ca. 6,000+ checks).

Checks for misconfigurations across all major (and some minor) cloud providers (AWS Checks, Azure Checks, GCP Checks, CloudStack Checks, DigitalOcean Checks, GitHub Checks, Kubernetes Checks, OpenStack Checks, Oracle Checks)

Open And Developer Friendly DevSecOps Toolchain

Betterscan uses many tools for Code, Cloud, secrets, dependencies – SCA (software composition analysis) and Supply Chain Risks, and also precise Graph-based SAST analysis for Code and AI/OpenAI GPT.

All the best Tools, researched, setup, ran together, unifed and de-duplicated results, so you don’t have to do it.

Added our own checkers also. Continuous Security. Fit for purpose and results.

License Information

Debian Base Image

Docker images includes software from the Debian GNU/Linux distribution. Debian is made available under various open-source licenses. See below for details:

The full text of the licenses for software included in Debian can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/ within the Debian system.

Additional Software Licenses

Docker images includes software licensed under various licenses. The full license texts can be found in the image at /srv/betterscan/LICENSE.

If you want to scan your Code and Infrastructure (including Secrets, SBOMs, and dependencies)

Below setup is for Linux (Ubuntu), you can also run it on MacOS/Docker and Windows via WSL/Docker setup (see here)

Install Docker Engine (Instructions for Ubuntu or on Ubuntu via one command via snap sudo snap install docker), if you don’t already have it, and run this in your Git code directory

For more information click here.

Published by Tamil S

Tamil has a great interest in the fields of Cyber Security, OSINT, and CTF projects. Currently, he is deeply involved in researching and publishing various security tools with Kali Linux Tutorials, which is quite fascinating.

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