July 2019

ShiftLeft Ocular

  • Scala Support (Early Access). You can now use ShiftLeft Ocular to examine your Scala applications for vulnerabilities and data leakage. As part of this early access, Scala version 2.12+ support is available.

  • Additional Documentation. ShiftLeft Ocular documentation has been expanded! There is now background and getting started information to help you understand and use ShiftLeft Ocular successfully, content on the most commonly used queries, explanations on how to use ShiftLeft Ocular for diverse use cases, and language-specific tutorials.

  • Ability to Automatically Provision Your Servers. You can now automate the provision of your servers to ensure that you have the required amount of memory to run ShiftLeft Ocular without impacting performance.

ShiftLeft Inspect

  • Scala Support (Early Access). You can now use ShiftLeft Inspect to analyze your Scala applications for vulnerabilities and data leakage. As part of this early access, Scala version 2.12+ support is available.

  • Analysis Results Notification. The first time you submit an application, or if your application has major library changes, it may take ShiftLeft Inspect a day or two to complete a full analysis. In those situations, ShiftLeft Inspect initially displays the partial analysis results, which is indicated by a message in the UI. From this message, you can specify that you want to receive notification when the full analysis results are available.

  • Vulnerability Detection Improvements. The detection rules for vulnerabilities have been improved. Rules that resulted in too many or unclear results have been removed, especially around handling sensitive data storage and cache handling.