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Secure DevOps | April 28, 2022
Latest Version of AppScan Standard Now Available
AppScan standard has been a market-leading DAST solution for the last 20 years with evolving capabilities throughout the years.
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Secure DevOps | April 25, 2022
HCL Software recognized by Gartner as a Leader in the April 2022 Magic Quadrant for Application Security Testing
HCL AppScan has been positioned by Gartner as a leader in the Magic Quadrant for Application Security Testing for the second consecutive year.
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Secure DevOps | April 4, 2022
SpringShell Vulnerability Detected
Two new Spring Framework vulnerabilities have surfaced over this last week, and both are considered critical.
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Secure DevOps | March 30, 2022
Bytecode/Compiled vs Source Code Scanning
Over the last few releases of AppScan, you probably noticed that we announced Source Code Scanning support for Java, .Net, and C/C++ for our Static Analysis Capabilities.
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Secure DevOps | February 28, 2022
Achieve DevSecOps in Microsoft Azure DevOps Using HCL AppScan Enterprise
All web application projects use client-server architecture, with code being pushed to an online repository for ease of collaboration. This method also comes in handy to enable continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) of our app and our server
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HCL Software | February 15, 2022
What’s New in AppScan on Cloud?
If you haven’t taken a look at AppScan on Cloud recently, then you are missing out on some great new features that making scanning easier and more meaningful then ever. 
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HCL Software | January 28, 2022
Secure DeFi Applications with HCL AppScan
Learn what Decentralized Finance (DeFi) is, what best practices developers are utilizing to secure code, and how HCL AppScan's flexible deployment and multiple scanning solutions will help continuously secure your application and quickly scan for any vulnerabilities.  
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HCL Software | December 13, 2021
Guide to Log4j Vulnerabilities
The apache log4j CVE-2021-44228 vulnerability allows unauthenticated remote code execution and is triggered when a specially crafted string provided by an attacker is processed by the Log4j 2 vulnerable component. HCL AppScan can help developers scan for log4j using our Open-Source analysis (OSA) capability.
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Secure DevOps | August 6, 2021
Secure your Mobile Applications with AppScan’s SAST Capabilities
AppScan’s breadth of language support (including mobile) in SAST and new offering of IAST security testing provides better coverage for the entire solution whether the client is running their application on a browser, desktop, or mobile OS
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