We are happy to announce the next release of our static application security testing solution. RIPS 3.1 adds useful features to the user interface, enables more integration options, and significantly improves the code analysis.Read More
Today, fully automated application security testing is an important part within every secure development life cycle. RIPS leading code analysis solution for the detection of security issues comes with an extensive API that can be used to automate its analysis features. Based on our RESTful API, we built a command line interface (CLI) tool.
In this blog post we will demonstrate how to use the RIPS CLI tool to automatically scan a project for security vulnerabilities. This enables you to integrate RIPS into basically any system as a security gate that automatically warns you when new security bugs were introduced.Read More
RIPS exposes a powerful REST-API, an interface specifically designed for developers and their applications. It is used to provide the web interface with analysis results, to start scans through plugins, to manage users, and much more. In short, the API enables easy automation of all RIPS features through other programs.
In this blog post the architecture of the RIPS API is explained and the advantages of a RESTful API are shown. To demonstrate the simplistic nature of our interface, a small CI integration example is given that will reject code commits with security issues and hence protects the production server from new vulnerabilities.Read More
The 23rd gift in our advent calendar presents security issues in e107, a content management system that is in development since 2013. Among others, we identified a critical issue that allows any user to update his permissions and to extract sensitive information from the database by exploiting a PHP Object Injection vulnerability.Read More
Does Wordpress really need an introduction? It is by far the most popular blogging software on the planet and it is also abused for other tasks frequently. A large percentage of the World Wide Web is Wordpress1.
Plugins from the community are an integral part of most Wordpress sites, therefore this blog post will cover the complete Wordpress ecosystem and not just the core. To do this we downloaded all 47,959 plugins that are available from the official Wordpress repository and analyzed them with our static code analyzer RIPS! Shockingly, about every second larger plugin contains at least one medium severity issue. But is it really that bad? Read on to find out!Read More