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Contrast Security announced the availability of Contrast Community Edition, a free solution to protect web applications and APIs from attacks and empower development and security teams to improve the security of both custom code and third-party components.
Contrast Community Edition is a completely free, full-strength, DevSecOps solution that allows development, security and operations teams to deliver secure software on time to meet growing business requirements.
The solution is designed to help small teams building Java applications and APIs protect against the most common security flaws, including the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) top 10 vulnerabilities.
The solution enables organizations to assess open source libraries and frameworks as well as custom code for security vulnerabilities, and stop attacks by preventing vulnerabilities from being exploited in production applications.
"The heart of the problem is that software security is a complex issue and development teams do not have access to simple, effective tools that work the way they do," said Jeff Williams, Co-Founder and CTO, Contrast Security. "The legacy products designed to help secure software scanners and web applications firewalls are inaccurate, require experts and involve manual processes. It's time to break the cycle of 'vulnerable software' and for application security to be accessible to all."
Contrast Community Edition delivers the power of Contrast Protect and Contrast Assess, which are used by the largest global enterprises, but for individual developers and smaller teams. From individual projects using Community Edition to organizations of all sizes using Contrast Assess and Protect, Contrast provides the latest in application security technology to finally make all software secure.
Other languages including .NET, Node, Ruby, and Python will be coming to Community Edition at a later date.