What is DevSkim?
It is a framework of IDE extensions and language analyzers that provide inline security analysis in the dev environment as the developer writes code. It has a flexible rule model that supports multiple programming languages. The goal is to notify the developer as they are introducing a security vulnerability in order to fix the issue at the point of introduction, and to help build awareness for the developer.
DevSkim is a tool in the Security category of a tech stack.
DevSkim is an open source tool with 566 GitHub stars and 72 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to DevSkim's open source repository on GitHub
- Built-in rules, and support for writing custom rules
- Cross-platform CLI built on .NET Core 3.1 for file analysis
- IDE plugins for Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code
- IntelliSense error "squiggly lines" for identified security issues
- Information and guidance provided for identified security issues
- Optional suppression of unwanted findings
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