Security for Everyone
Bearer aims to make security accessible to all developers, even those without expertise in the field. By detecting potential security issues before they reach production, either directly on the CLI or during the CI/CD process, Bearer simplifies the process of securing your application. With a very low false positive rate and a swift scan process, you can focus on addressing real issues rather than chasing ghosts.
Sensitive data, sorted by impact
Is an SQL injection more critical than an XSS vulnerability? With Bearer sensitive data context, you might change your perspective on prioritization.
Indeed, what sets Bearer apart is its ability to detect sensitive data flows (PII, PD, PHI) and link those to the different risks and vulnerabilities found. It automatically prioritizes findings that will have a critical impact on your application and business, essentially to prevent data breaches and data leaks.
A nice add-on to the tool is its ability to generate a privacy report, plus it works with most languages (Ruby, JS, Java, C#, Python, Go).
Empowering Developers with Actionable Insights
In addition to showing what matters first to developers, Bearer provides documented examples of why a particular issue is problematic and how to fix it. This empowers developers to secure their apps in just a few minutes and fosters a better understanding of security best practices.
Integration and Open Source
With support for both GitHub and GitLab, Bearer easily integrates into your existing workflow. The project was recently open-sourced, allowing you to contribute to its development and stay up-to-date with the latest features. Check it out on GitHub at https://github.com/bearer/bearer.
Demo and Availability
If you're curious about Bearer and want to see it in action, watch this YouTube video with a demo:
Try Bearer for Free
Thanks to Bearer for sponsoring this project and contributing to the open-source analysis tools ecosystem. It's free for open-source projects to get started with Bearer.