An in-depth exploration of utilizing JLink to optimize Docker image sizes, enhancing application security and performance.
SnakeYaml 2.0: Solving the unsafe deserialization vulnerability
In December of last year, we reported CVE-2022-1471 to you. This unsafe deserialization problem could easily lead to arbitrary code execution.
Preventing Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) in Java applications with Snyk Code
By taking a proactive approach to XSS prevention and using the right resources and tools, developers can help ensure the security and integrity of their Java web applications.
Using Bots to Keep Dependencies Updated
Did you know bots can automatically create pull requests to keep dependencies secure and up to date?
Mitigating Path Traversal Vulnerabilities in Java
Path traversal vulnerabilities are a serious threat to Java web applications, amongst the top security issues Snyk finds in Java code.
How to Create SBOMs in Java with Maven and Gradle
Java is a compiled language, so you should create an SBOM whenever you build a release version of your application. Find out more here!
Best Practices for Managing Java Dependencies
Knowing how to select, update, and remove Java dependencies from our application is essential for security.
Building Secure CI/CD Pipelines with GitHub Actions for Your Java Application
Learn how to integrate Snyk into your GitHub CI/CD to automate security scanning as part of your build cycle prior to production.
How Social Trends Help Me Fix Essential Vulnerabilities
Our research team found a strong correlation between socially trending vulnerabilities and the existence of exploits that can actually harm your application.
Getting Started with Snyk for Secure Java Development
If you’re a Java developer who wants to develop your applications more securely, you’ve come to the right place. Snyk can help you with that mission.
This article explains how to begin with Snyk for secure Java development so you can be more secure from the get-go.
Fix Java Security Issues While Coding in IntelliJ IDEA
Nowadays, developers are responsible for more than just creating the application. Besides working on features, developers have to focus on their applications’ maintainability, scalability, reliability, and security. Many developers are unsure of where to start with security. In addition, most companies still work with a dedicated security team instead of having security expertise inside the team.
A lot of developers practically live in their integrated development environment (IDE). A good IDE is like a swiss army knife: it is your go-to tool to do almost everything. Having everything I need to build, run, test, debug, and secure my application, makes a good IDE invaluable for many developers.