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SAST vs NexDAST

When testing the security of your applications prior to pushing into production, you want to identify vulnerabilities and mitigate your risks as early as possible. You need to make sure you also have the best coverage and that your scans are integrated across your development pipeline and providing accurate results… the list goes on. But what tool do you need?

Two of the main types of application security testing are Static Analysis (SAST) and Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST).

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If we talk about traditional DAST solutions, the best way to reinforce the security in your organization is to use both DAST and SAST. However, even traditional Dynamic Application Security Testing solutions have advantages over Static Application Security Testing solutions.

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