Syhunt Community and Hybrid 6.9.6 adds Azure DevOps and TFS support
Today we released another update to Syhunt Community and Hybrid. The new 6.9.6 version adds the ability to scan project repositories on Azure DevOps (both cloud and on-premises) and Team Foundation Server (TFS) for application security vulnerabilities and weaknesses. The new feature that allows to scan Azure and TFS project addresses is available through the Syhunt Code GUI and the CLI tool scancode for Windows, complements Syhunt's ability to scan GIT URLs and expands the product's list of available integrations, which today also includes PowerShell integration on Windows operating systems.
Syhunt 6.9.6's TFVC support is compatible with today's modern Azure DevOps Services and servers, and TFS 2018 down to 2010 and was made possible thanks to a free project from Microsoft MVP Neno Loje.
Read more about the integration with DevOps and TFS
Improvements and Changes
- Added the ability to code scan Azure DevOps and TFVC/TFS project URLs. More
- Added -excp CLI parameter in scancode, which allows to specify a list of paths to be excluded from the analysis.
- Added JSON report to scans launched through REST API, including GitLab compatible output format.
- Warn when target repository URL is empty or invalid.
We hope you enjoy the new release!