Product overview

See how dev-centric DAST for the enterprise secures your business.

Web attacks

Continuous security testing for web applications at high-scale.

API attacks

Safeguard your APIs no matter how often you deploy.

Business logic attacks

Future-proof your security testing with green-flow exploitation testing.

LLM attacks

Next-gen security testing for LLM & Gen AI powered applications and add-ons.

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Security testing throughout the SDLC - in your team’s native stack.


Connecting your security stack & resolution processes seamlessly.


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DAST in your IDE

Accelerate vulnerability testing and remediation by empowering your development teams with DAST scanning natively, in their IDE.
No additional tools, processes, or context switches.

Make developers your first line of defense

Successfully identify and remediate 40% of critical and high vulnerabilities during the IDE and unit tests.

Test early

Bright’s DAST runs throughout the SDLC, iteratively, starting from the unit test and IDE and going all the way to pre-production and production. This enables developers to identify and remediate security issues while they are still working on the code. Not weeks later when AppSec is running the final pre-production DAST scan.

Fix what matters

With Bright you get proven vulnerabilities, not just potentially risky entry points in your attack surface. The platform provides comprehensive scanning capabilities for all authenticated and non-authenticated web applications and common API formats across multiple levels and application steps. Giving organizations less than 3% false positives.

Clear remediation guidelines

With each iterative DAST scan across your SDLC developers are provided with detailed vulnerability proof, security explanations, and remediation guidelines so they can quickly identify the root cause and its location within the codebase, and resolve the issue with minimal impact to release velocity.


SAST validation

GitHub Copilot

Non-intrusive security testing in the IDE

Invoke security testing within your working environment and as part of the dev process without needing to switch over to a whole new UI and tool. Just finish your service development and immediately run an attack simulation to validate that the new code does not expose an attack vector.

Minimize alert fatigue with SAST validation

Stop wasting time on false positives and pinpoint real vulnerabilities in your SAST results with Bright Security's SAST validation. The platform will review all SAST issues and match them to DAST tests that can be run to prove each issue. Giving developers a clear list of validated issues linked with a corresponding SAST issue.

Give your developers security testing expertise in a plugin

Bright for GitHub Copilot leverages a built-in LLM to automate the security test selection process for developers. With a click of a button it will understand the functions of your code, and suggest the right security unit tests to be implemented.

Let developers work where they work best

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Built for enterprise-grade scale & security

Built for enterprises with high-scale concurrent scanning needs without sacrificing an inch on security and standard. SSO, RBAC, audit logs all on demand.



Bringing DAST security to AI-generated code

AI-generated code is basically the holy grail of developer tools of this decade. Think back to just over two years ago; every third article discussed how there weren’t enough engineers to answer demand; some companies even offered coding training for candidates wanting to make a career change. The demand for software and hardware innovation was only growing, and companies were asking themselves, with increasing concern, “How do we increase velocity?” Then OpenAI came out with ChatGPT, and all of a sudden, LLMs and AI-powered tools and platforms were everywhere. One of which is AI-generated code.

In this post, I will walk you through security in the context of AI-generated code and show you a live example of how DAST security testing can be applied to AI-generated code.


Analyzing the Limitations of OWASP JuiceShop as a Benchmarking Target for DAST Tools


Using SAST and DAST Integration for Reducing Alert Fatigue

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