Don't be a victim of a software supply chain attack

Understanding What is in
Your Code

Quickly scan open source libraries in minutes to determine whether an application exposes exploitable data flows to attackers. Qwiet AI identifies all of your vulnerabilities, then prioritizes the CVEs that are actually reachable by attackers.

Detailed Security

Clicking on any of the reported packages provides an in-depth explanation of security issues associated with the packages included in the SBOM and recommendations from Qwiet on how best to mitigate the security risk.


When reviewing the SBOM, preZero utilizes AI scans of the Code Property Graph to let you know if a particular package is reachable by an attacker. This helps you determine if a vulnerable library is an acceptable risk based on if an attacker can actually reach it or not.

What’s In Your
Supply Chain?

Security professionals have come to know the importance of a Software Bill of Materials (SBOM), and how it’s an outright requirement when working with the U.S. government thanks to Executive Order 14028.

As a best practice, the benefits of SBOMs are clear. They help organizations know what components make up their apps, which is essential for vulnerability management—as we saw with log4j and Kaseya, not to mention the Solarwinds attack. Knowing what you have and where you have it can keep your apps far more secure—both proactively and reactively.

Qwiet’s Intelligent SCA can help create customized SBOMs for specific use cases, throughout the CI/CD build lifecycle, which gives your organization a crucial tool in providing greater transparency and observability into the software supply chain.

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