SmartDec Scanner

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SmartDec Scanner is a static application security tool for detection and identification of vulnerabilities and undocumented features (backdoors). Alongside with source code, SmartDec Scanner statically analyzes binaries and bytecode. SmartDec Scanner provides recommendations for developers and cybersecurity officers.

It can be integrated with CI/CD servers, build tools, IDEs, and issue tracking systems.


SmartDec Scanner analyzes source code in 32 programming languages: ABAP, Apex, C#, C/C++, COBOL, Delphi, Go, Groovy, HTML, Java (including Android), JavaScript, JSP, Kotlin, Objective-CPerlPHP, PL/SQL, Python, Ruby, Scala, Solidity, Swift, T-SQL, TypeScript, VBA, VB.NET, VBScript, Visual Basic 6.0, Vyper, 1C.

The tool can analyze executable files: APK, IPA, APP, EXE, DLL, JAR, WAR, EAR, AAR.


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