Reduce Time to Market Without Compromising Security
Probely’s Standard edition offers autonomy to Development and DevOps teams
The standard edition of Probely is designed for growing companies that do not have an in-house cybersecurity team and rely on Development or DevOps teams to perform security testing.
The entire user experience of Probely is constructed around this specific use-case. We’ve built a product that is sleek and easy to use and allows you to start scanning within five minutes. Issues are exposed along with meticulous instructions on how to fix them.
Development and DevOps teams’ security testing becomes less reliant on security teams, more independent, and integrated into the SDLC.
Relevant Findings – False-Positive Free
Invest your time in fixing high risk vulnerabilities
We value your time. And we know how frustrating it is to be asked to fix vulnerabilities that represent a low risk, or to waste time validating their legitimacy. We only share the findings that matter and reports are false-positive free. For certain classes of vulnerabilities, we provide evidence that proves the vulnerability is real.
Integrate Probely into your existing workflow
Probely follows an API-First development approach. All new features are first added to the API and then to the UI.
Every feature you see in the Probely’s app’s UI is available on an API, allowing you to integrate Probely with your existing development processes and security tools.
You can also register account-based or target-based webhooks to notify your application of every Probely event.
Eliminate all detected vulnerabilities
Probely provides specific instructions on how to fix vulnerabilities, based on the type of technology used on the website.
This improves your security testing efficiency and enables you to quickly remove threats independent of security experts.
Integrate with your stack
Seamlessly integrate Probely with your tools by using our addons or full-featured API.
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