Developers, meet Probe.ly
Add a security specialist to your team, find vulnerabilities, and learn how to fix them.
Developer friendly, API-first Web Vulnerability Scanner
When it comes to Web security Probe.ly is your family doctor. It scans for vulnerabilities, gives you a report of the findings, and provides you with solutions on how to fix them.
Developers love Probe.ly because we pay attention to the little things, the details. Besides making it easy for developers to automate their security testing process, we provide tailored instructions on how to fix vulnerabilities based on the technology being used on the site.
We report what matters
At Probe.ly we value your time. We know how frustrating it is to be asked to fix irrelevant findings that are marked as high-risk vulnerabilities. So, instead on focusing on the numbers and reporting issues that aren’t relevant to your business, we do our best to report only what matters and false-positive free.
Probe.ly’s Web App is powered by the API. Anything that can be done using the Web App can also be done directly via the API. By using it, developers can fully integrate their security testing with their CI/CD pipelines.
Developers / IT Managers
Show me how Probe.ly can make my job easier
Using a Web vulnerability scanning tool that developers can easily use and understand, not only allows them to be more independent when it comes to testing the security of their apps, but also improves the efficiency of the entire process. Developers can also use our full featured API and integrate Probe.ly into their CI/CD pipelines, and automate the entire testing workflow.
Show me how Probe.ly can save me time
The team behind Probe.ly was previously the Application Security team of a large Telecom operator. If there is one thing that they know, is that application security teams always have a problem of scale, i.e., a few people in the application security team need to test the changes on applications produced by a large number of developers. Probe.ly was created with that in mind - a tool that developers can use, understand and be more independent when it comes to testing the security of their apps. This will free up security teams, so that they can focus on other tasks, such as throurough analysis of the most critical applications.