Spectral for

CodeBuild Security

Secure your CI/CD using just one line of code in your AWS CodeBuild pipeline and enjoy mind-blowing scan speeds and maximum security.

Implement AWS CodeBuild security with ease

Shift-left your AWS devops security, and integrate Spectral directly into your CI/CD pipeline. Enforce policies and detect security issues in real time.

Enjoy one line of integration that performs a complete scan, controls build status and mitigates vulnerabilities with ever-green updates and no maintenance.

Zero-copy and no data sending from your CI — no special privileges required in order to start.

Mitigate vulnerabilities and orchestrate security with native integration using the SpectralOps platform.

Get started in 3 minutes

Set up your JFrog pipeline with Spectral
version: 0.2
    SPECTRAL_DSN: your-secrets-arn:SPECTRAL_DSN
      - ...
      # preflight is a tool that makes sure your CI processes run securely and are safe to use. 
      # To learn more and install preflight, see here: https://github.com/SpectralOps/preflight
      - curl -L "https://get.spectralops.io/latest/x/sh?dsn=$SPECTRAL_DSN" | preflight run
      - $HOME/.spectral/spectral scan --ok


Powered by Spectral

Spectral allows you to discover, classify, and protect your codebases, logs, and other assets with ease.

Leverage hundreds of custom detectors and proprietary machine learning models to detect and mitigate security vulnerabilities in code, configuration, and data.

Build your own custom detectors, custom workflows using the full power of the Spectral engine, seamlessly in your CI/CD pipelines.

Enjoy faster feedback times in your CI which provides better experience and contributes to lower costs, while connecting with SpectralOps for alerting, and complete AWS devops security orchestration.


Protecting secrets throughout the SDLC with SpectralOps

This whitepaper will review the dangers of secret leakage, the challenges in protecting secrets in the SDLC, and strategies for secret leakage mitigation.

Where your code secrets hide: risky filetypes to know

Where your code secrets hide: risky filetypes to know

It may be an API key that falls in the wrong hands, a set of credentials, encryption keys, or even a URL that is being protected by obfuscation. Secrets will leak, and the smallest secret can escalate to a full-blown data breach. But where exactly do these secrets in code like to hide?

How Perion protects its code from data leaks

The company’s leadership felt confident in their existing security tools and measures taken. They believed the company had adequate defenses in place to protect the company’s IP (intellectual property) and private information against external attacks.

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Stop leaks at the source!