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kandi X-RAY | snyk Summary

snyk is a TypeScript library typically used in Security, Docker, Terraform applications. snyk has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has medium support. However snyk has a Non-SPDX License. You can download it from GitHub.

Snyk is a developer-first cloud-native security tool. It covers multiple areas of application security:.

            kandi-support Support

              snyk has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 3821 star(s) with 427 fork(s). There are 153 watchers for this library.
              There were 9 major release(s) in the last 6 months.
              There are 120 open issues and 370 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 266 days. There are 58 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of snyk is 2.0.0

            kandi-Quality Quality

              snyk has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.

            kandi-Security Security

              snyk has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              snyk code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
              There are 0 security hotspots that need review.

            kandi-License License

              snyk has a Non-SPDX License.
              Non-SPDX licenses can be open source with a non SPDX compliant license, or non open source licenses, and you need to review them closely before use.

            kandi-Reuse Reuse

              snyk releases are available to install and integrate.
              Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.
              It has 48857 lines of code, 86 functions and 1319 files.
              It has medium code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.

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            Currently covering the most popular Java, JavaScript and Python libraries. See a Sample of snyk
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            snyk Key Features

            No Key Features are available at this moment for snyk.

            snyk Examples and Code Snippets

            gulp-snyk ,Usage
            JavaScriptdot img1Lines of Code : 22dot img1License : Permissive (MIT)
            copy iconCopy
            const snyk = require('gulp-snyk');
            gulp.task('protect', function(cb) {
              return snyk({ command: 'protect' }, cb);
            gulp.task('prepare', 'protect');
            const snyk = require('gulp-snyk');
            gulp.task('protect', function(cb) {
              return snyk({ command: 'p  
            JavaScriptdot img2Lines of Code : 6dot img2License : Non-SPDX (NOASSERTION)
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            const policy = require('snyk-policy');
            const vulns = snyk.test('snyk-demo-app@1.0.0'); // assumes snyk is loaded
            policy.load(process.cwd()).then((rules) => {
            Snyk snyk-delta,Usage as module
            TypeScriptdot img3Lines of Code : 5dot img3License : Non-SPDX (NOASSERTION)
            copy iconCopy
            import { getDelta } from 'snyk-delta'
            const jsonResultsFromSnykTest = Read from file or pipe snyk test command
            const result = await getDelta(jsonResultsFromSnykTest);
            Node js techniques or steps to secure an application
            JavaScriptdot img4Lines of Code : 29dot img4License : Strong Copyleft (CC BY-SA 4.0)
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            $ npm install -g snyk
            $ cd your-app
            $ snyk test
            const RateLimit = require('express-rate-limit');
            const limiter = new RateLimit({
              windowMs: 15*60*1000, // 15 minutes 
              max: 100, // limit each IP to 100 requests 

            Community Discussions


            How to store build artifacts in Artifacts feed?
            Asked 2022-Mar-17 at 08:10

            I have a build pipeline that publishes a release artifact for consumption by the release pipeline.



            Answered 2022-Mar-17 at 08:10

            Based on your requirement, you can use feed to store Build artifacts.

            From my understanding, those kind of build artifacts my pipeline publishes are considered "Universal Packages"?

            Your understanding is correct. You can use Universal Package Publish task to upload the build artifacts to Azure Feed.

            Do i just wait for next time I run a pipeline for a Release artifact to show up in the feed? or do i have to add "upstream sources" first?

            You don't need to add upstream sources for the feed.

            To publish the Universal Package, you can directly use Universal Package Publish task in Pipeline.

            For example:



            How to solve Matching configurations not found?
            Asked 2022-Jan-25 at 14:20

            After updating to gradle 7.3.2 I get this issue:

            • What went wrong: Execution failed for task ':bps-ips-bridge-core:snykResolvedDepsJson'.

            Matching configurations not found: ^(runtimeOnly|implementation)$, available configurations for project project ':myProject': [annotationProcessor, api, apiElements, archives, bootArchives, checkstyle, compileClasspath, compileOnly, compileOnlyApi, default, developmentOnly, implementation, jacocoAgent, jacocoAnt, productionRuntimeClasspath, provided, providedCompile, providedRuntime, runtimeClasspath, runtimeElements, runtimeOnly, signatures, testAnnotationProcessor, testCompileClasspath, testCompileOnly, testImplementation, testRuntimeClasspath, testRuntimeOnly]

            This is how the snyk stage in the Jenkinsfile looks like:



            Answered 2022-Jan-25 at 14:20

            Snyk does not need the additional arguments. This part can be deleted:



            how to solve ERRO[0000] error waiting for container: context canceled
            Asked 2022-Jan-20 at 13:45

            I am trying to test how to add user

            my docker info is:



            Answered 2022-Jan-16 at 17:30

            Your problem isn't with adding the user. The problem is:

            starting container process caused: exec: "redis-server": executable file not found in $PATH: unknown.

            Meaning redis-server isn't in your $PATH

            According to your Dockerfile you didn't install redis.

            Try this Dockerfile:



            How do I get details of a veracode vulnerability report?
            Asked 2022-Jan-07 at 21:46

            How do I get details of a veracode vulnerability report?

            I'm a maintainer of a popular JS library, Ramda, and we've recently received a report that the library is subject to a prototype pollution vulnerability. This has been tracked back to a veracode report that says:

            ramda is vulnerable to prototype pollution. An attacker can inject properties into existing construct prototypes via the _curry2 function and modify attributes such as __proto__, constructor, and prototype.

            I understand what they're talking about for Prototype Pollution. A good explanation is at snyk's writeup for lodash.merge. Ramda's design is different, and the obvious analogous Ramda code is not subject to this sort of vulnerability. That does not mean that no part of Ramda is subject to it. But the report contains no details, no code snippet, and no means to challenge their findings.

            The details of their description are clearly wrong. _curry2 could not possibly be subject to this problem. But as that function is used as a wrapper to many other functions, it's possible that there is a real vulnerability hidden by the reporter's misunderstanding.

            Is there a way to get details of this error report? A snippet of code that demonstrates the problem? Anything? I have filled out their contact form. An answer may still be coming, as it was only 24 hours ago, but I'm not holding my breath -- it seems to be mostly a sales form. All the searching I've done leads to information about how to use their security tool and pretty much nothing about how their custom reports are created. And I can't find this in CVE databases.



            Answered 2022-Jan-07 at 21:46

            Ok, so to answer my own question, here's how to get the details on a Veracode vulnerability report in less than four weeks and in only fifty-five easy steps.

            Pre-work Day 1
            • Receive a comment on the issue that says that the user has received

              a VULN ticket to fix this Prototype Pollution vulnerability found in ramda.

            • Carry on a discussion regarding this comment to learn that there is a report that claims that

              ramda is vulnerable to prototype pollution. An attacker can inject properties into existing construct prototypes via the _curry2 function and modify attributes such as __proto__, constructor, and prototype.

              and eventually learn that this is due to a report from the software security company Veracode.

            Days 2 & 3
            • Examine that report to find that it has no details, no explanation of how to trigger the vulnerability, and no suggested fix.

            • Examine the report and other parts of the Veracode site to find there is no public mechanism to challenge such a report.

            Day 4
            • Report back to the library's issue that the report must be wrong, as the function mentioned could not possibly generate the behavior described.

            • Post an actual example of the vulnerability under discussion and a parallel snippet from the library to demonstrate that it doesn't share the problem.

            • Find Veracode's online support form, and submit a request for help. Keep your expectations low, as this is probably for the sales department.

            • Post a StackOverflow Question2 asking how to find details of a Veracode vulnerability report, using enough details that if the community has the knowledge, it should be easy to answer.

            Days 5 & 6
            • Try to enjoy your Friday and Saturday. Don't obsessively check your email to see if Veracode has responded. Don't visit the StackOverflow question every hour to see if anyone has posted a solution. Really, don't do these things; they don't help.
            Day 7
            • Add a 250-reputation point bounty to the StackOverflow question, trying to get additional attention from the smart people who must have dealt with this before.
            Day 8
            • Find direct email support addresses on the Veracode site, and send an email asking for details of the supposed vulnerability, a snippet that demonstrates the issue, and procedures to challenge their findings.
            Day 9
            • Receive a response from a Veracode Support email addressthat says, in part,

              Are you saying our vuln db is not correct per your github source? If so, I can send it to our research team to ensure it looks good and if not, to update it.

              As for snips of code, we do not provide that.

            • Reply, explaining that you find the report missing the details necessary to challenge it, but that yes, you expect it is incorrect.

            • Receive a response that this has been "shot up the chain" and that you will be hearing from them soon.

            Days 10 - 11
            • Again, don't obsessively check your email or the StackOverflow question. But if you do happen to glance at StackOverflow, notice that while there are still no answers to it, there are enough upvotes to cover over half the cost of the bounty. Clearly you're not alone in wanting to know how to do this.
            Day 12
            • Receive an email from Veracode:

              Thank you for your interest in Application Security and Veracode.

              Do you have time next week to connect?

              Also, to make sure you are aligned with the right rep, where is your company headquartered?

            • Respond that you're not a potential customer and explain again what you're looking for.

            • Add a comment to the StackOverflow to explain where the process has gotten to and expressing your frustration.

            Days 13 - 14
            • Watch another weekend go by without any way to address this concern.

            • Get involved in a somewhat interesting discussion about prototype pollution in the comments to the StackOverflow post.

            Day 15
            • Receive an actually helpful email from Veracode, sent by someone new, whose signature says he's a sales manager. The email will look like this:

              Hi Scott, I asked my team to help out with your question, here was their response:

              We have based this artifact from the information available in In the Pull Request, there is a POC ( clearly demonstrating the prototype pollution vulnerability in the mapObjIndexed function. In the demo, the user object is modified via the __proto__​ property and is
              considered a violation to the Integrity of the CIA triad. This has been reflected in our CVSS scoring for this vulnerability in our vuln db.

              There is also an unmerged fix for the vulnerability which has also been
              included in our artifact ( )

              Please let me know if there is a dispute against the POC, and we can look further into this.

            • Try to avoid banging your head against the wall for too long when you realize that the issue you thought might have been raised by someone who'd seen the Veracode report was instead the source of that report.

            • Respond to this helpful person that yes you will have a dispute for this, and ask if you can be put directly in touch with the relevant Veracode people so there doesn't have to be a middleman.

            • Receive an email from this helpful person -- who needs a name, let's call him "Kevin" -- receive an email from Kevin adding to the email chain the research team. (I told you he was helpful!)

            • Respond to Kevin and the team with a brief note that you will spend some time to write up a response and get back to them soon.

            • Look again at the Veracode Report and note that the description has been changed to

              ramda is vulnerable to prototype pollution. An attacker is able to inject and modify attributes of an object through the mapObjIndexed function via the proto property.

              but note also that it still contains no details, no snippets, no dispute process.

            • Receive a bounced-email notification because that research team's email is for internal Veracode use only.

            • Laugh because the only other option is to cry.

            • Tell Kevin what happened and make sure he's willing to remain as an intermediary. Again he's helpful and will agree right away.

            • Spend several hours writing up a detailed response, explaining what prototype pollution is and how the examples do not display this behavior. Post it ahead of time on the issue. (Remember the issue? This is a story about the issue.3) Ask those reading for suggestions before you send the email... mostly as a way to ensure you're not sending this in anger.

            • Go ahead and email it right away anyway; if you said something too angry you probably don't want to be talked out of it now, anyhow.

            • Note that the nonrefundable StackOverflow bounty has expired without a single answer being offered.

            Days 16 - 21
            • Twiddle your thumbs for a week, but meanwhile...

            • Receive a marketing email from Veracode, who has never sent you one before.

            • Note that Veracode has again updated the description to say

              ramda allows object prototype manipulation. An attacker is able to inject and modify attributes of an object through the mapObjIndexed function via the proto property. However, due to ramda's design where object immutability is the default, the impact of this vulnerability is limited to the scope of the object instead of the underlying object prototype. Nonetheless, the possibility of object prototype manipulation as demonstrated in the proof-of-concept under References can potentially cause unexpected behaviors in the application. There are currently no known exploits.

              If that's not clear, a translation would be, "Hey, we reported this, and we don't want to back down, so we're going to say that even though the behavior we noted didn't actually happen, the behavior that's there is still, umm, err, somehow wrong."

            • Note that a fan of the library whose employer has a Veracode account has been able to glean more information from their reports. It turns out that their details are restricted to logged-in users, leaving it entirely unclear how they thing such vulnerabilities should be fixed.

            Day 22
            • Send a follow-up email to Kevin4 saying

              I'm wondering if there is any response to this.

              I see that the vulnerability report has been updated but not removed.
              I still dispute the altered version of it. If this behavior is a true vulnerability, could you point me to the equivalent report on JavaScript's Object.assign, which, as demonstrated earlier, has the exact same issue as the function in question.

              My immediate goal is to see this report retracted. But I also want to point out the pain involved in this process, pain that I think Veracode could fix:

              I am not a customer, but your customers are coming to me as Ramda's maintainer to fix a problem you've reported. That report really should have enough information in it to allow me to confirm the vulnerability reported. I've learned that such information is available to a logged- in customer. That doesn't help me or others in my position to find the information. Resorting to email and filtering it through your sales department, is a pretty horrible process. Could you alter your public reports to contain or point to a proof of concept of the vulnerability?
              And could you further offer in the report some hint at a dispute process?

            Day 23
            • Receive an email from the still-helpful Kevin, which says

              Thanks for the follow up [ ... ], I will continue to manage the communication with my team, at this time they are looking into the matter and it has been raised up to the highest levels.

              Please reach back out to me if you don’t have a response within 72 hrs.

              Thank you for your patience as we investigate the issue, this is a new process for me as well.

            • Laugh out loud at the notion that he thinks you're being patient.

            • Respond, apologizing to Kevin that he's caught in the middle, and read his good-natured reply.

            Day 25
            • Hear back from Kevin that your main objective has been met:

              Hi Scott, I wanted to provide an update, my engineering team got back
              to me with the following:

              “updating our DB to remove the report is the final outcome”

              I have also asked for them to let me know about your question regarding the ability to contend findings and will relay that back once feedback is received.

              Otherwise, I hope this satisfies your request and please let me know if any further action is needed from us at this time.

            • Respond gratefully to Kevin and note that you would still like to hear about how they're changing their processes.

            • Reply to your own email to apologize to Kevin for all the misspelling that happened when you try to type anything more than a short text on your mobile device.

            • Check with that helpful Ramda user with Veracode log-in abilities whether the site seems to be updated properly.

            • Reach out to that same user on Twitter when he hasn't responded in five minutes. It's not that you're anxious and want to put this behind you. Really it's not. You're not that kind of person.

            • Read that user's detailed response explaining that all is well.

            • Receive a follow-up from the Veracode Support email address telling you that

              After much consideration we have decided to update our db to remove this report.

              and that they're closing the issue.

            • Laugh about the fact that they are sending this after what seem likely the close of business for the week (7:00 PM your time on a Friday.)

            • Respond politely to say that you're grateful for the result, but that you would still like to see their dispute process modernized.

            Day 27
            • Write a 2257-word answer5 to your own Stack Overflow question explaining in great detail the process you went through to resolve this issue.

            And that's all it takes. So the next time you run into this, you can solve it too!


            (because you knew it couldn't be that easy!)

            Day 61
            • Receive an email from a new Veracode account executive which says

              Thanks for your interest! Introducing myself as your point of contact at Veracode.

              I'd welcome the chance to answer any questions you may have around Veracode's services and approach to the space.

              Do you have a few minutes free to touch base? Please let me know a convenient time for you and I'll follow up accordingly.

            • Politely respond to that email suggesting a talk with Kevin and including a link to this list of steps.

            1 This is standard behavior with Ramda issues, but it might be the main reason Veracode chose to report this.

            2 Be careful not to get into an infinite loop. This recursion does not have a base case.

            3 Hey, this was taking place around Thanksgiving. There had to be an Alice's Restaurant reference!

            4 If you haven't yet found a Kevin, now would be a good time to insist that Veracode supply you with one.

            5 Including footnotes.



            Why am I unable to create an image?
            Asked 2022-Jan-07 at 10:20

            I used to build and push the image of a service to my preprod server very fast (in a few seconds). However since a few days it is very slow, and today it doesn't even finish creating the image.



            Answered 2022-Jan-07 at 09:15

            It turns out unused images took 99% of the space allowed for images.



            CTC1014 Docker command failed with exit code 0
            Asked 2022-Jan-05 at 18:56

            I'm getting a very opaque error message - CTC1014 Docker command failed with exit code 0.

            This Dockerfile worked well previously, but I think there is a problem with it in Visual Studio 2022.



            Answered 2021-Dec-18 at 12:10

            I think it was that the Container Tools Nuget package needed updating for VS 2022, but in the end there were more issues and I ended up upgrading to .NET 6



            Dockerfile to run a Java 11 class
            Asked 2022-Jan-01 at 21:24

            I'm attempting to write the simplest docker file that will run a main class named InsertVolume in package scripts. Here is my Dockerfile :



            Answered 2022-Jan-01 at 00:13

            Check first if tar -xzC /usr/share/maven --strip-components=1 did what you thought it should.

            In other words, in your Dockerfile, add for testing a RUN ls -alrth /usr/bin/mvn et RUN find /usr/share/maven/ to double-check the symlink /usr/bin/mvn actually reference an existing /usr/share/maven/bin/mvn file.

            You can also do the same with a docker run -it --rm test/insert bash.



            Node > npm start > npm ERR
            Asked 2021-Dec-30 at 14:24

            I try to run this JS project on mac this JS project but when i type npm start it made me a npm error :

            I browsing any website to find a solution for my problem, although this i already put on my package.json a start": webpack-dev-server --mode development --open --hot , start": "node app.js" or start": "node index.html"

            I type many combination like on terminal:

            npm install npm@latest

            npm install --global --verbose promised-io

            npm run snyk-protect

            npm cache clean --force

            ...but still no such changes were



            Answered 2021-Dec-30 at 14:24

            It looks like you're in the root directory of that repository. The package.json however is in frontend/ so you need to navigate there with cd frontend. Once in the correct directory npm start or npm run build should work.

            Do make sure that you have run npm install first in that directory.



            how to add DCO (Dev Certificate Origin) to Snyk auto-generated PRs
            Asked 2021-Dec-19 at 14:48

            We have recently integrated Snyk in our github project and Snyk has this cool feature to "open a fix PR" for the vulnerability that it can directly fix ... The PR is opened up but our CI/CD pipeline expects a DCO i.e., commit signoffs ... However, Snyk does not sign off the commits nor could I find an option in the documentation to enable it.

            For Reference PR, please check Kubearmor PR#542.



            Answered 2021-Dec-19 at 14:48

            You'll need to pull the PR changes locally and for you to sign them off.

            The purpose of the sign-off is to indicate you've looked at these changes, not just to verify the identity of the author. You can still sign off the commits made by Snyk.

            But GitHub won't do that in its PR on your behalf.



            Add API endpoint to invoke AWS Lambda function running docker
            Asked 2021-Dec-17 at 20:47

            Im using Serverless Framework to deploy a Docker image running R to an AWS Lambda.



            Answered 2021-Dec-15 at 23:26

            The way your events.http is configured looks wrong. Try replacing it with:


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            Install snyk

            Snyk CLI can be installed through multiple channels.
            Snyk CLI is available as an npm package. If you have Node.js installed locally, you can install it by running:.
            Snyk also offers many integrations into developer tooling. These integrations will install and manage the Snyk CLI for you. For example:.
            Snyk Jenkins plugin
            CircleCI Orb
            Azure Pipelines Task
            GitHub Actions
            IntelliJ IDE Plugin
            VS Code Extension
            Eclipse IDE Extension
            Maven plugin
            And many more. See the Integrations documentation
            Once you installed the Snyk CLI, you can verify it's working by running:. See the full Snyk CLI help.
            Depending on your project's language, you might need to setup your language environment before using Snyk. See our Language Support documentation.


            Snyk supports many languages and tools, including Java, .NET, JavaScript, Python, Golang, PHP, C/C++, Ruby, Scala and more. See our Language Support documentation. CLI also supports Docker scanning and Terraform, k8s and other Infrastructure as Code files scanning.
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