Snyk Security for Bitbucket Cloud

for Bitbucket Cloud
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Find, prioritize and fix security vulnerabilities in your code for free without leaving Bitbucket Cloud

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Fix quickly and early with actionable remediation

Monitor and fix security vulnerabilities in your open source dependencies and containers. Snyk identifies vulnerabilities as they emerge, right next to the code in your everyday workflow.

Scan builds with Bitbucket Pipelines

Snyk integrates with Bitbucket Pipelines using a Snyk pipe to scan application dependencies and container images for security vulnerabilities as part of the (CI/CD) workflow.

Fix quickly to reduce exposure

Get an automated fix and upgraded pull request to keep your code safe from vulnerabilities and your projects healthy.

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The Bitbucket Cloud App is the default Bitbucket Cloud integration.

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How to get started: To install the Snyk App on your Bitbucket Cloud workspace, you must have Admin permissions for the Workspace in Bitbucket.

If you’re a Bitbucket user, try out Snyk security by signing up for a free 45-day trial, right within Bitbucket Cloud. You can also find Snyk on the Atlassian Marketplace to connect an existing repository or navigate to the Security tab to install the Snyk application.

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Integration Details

Snyk Security for Bitbucket Cloud integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:

  • Ability to see all the user's account information
  • Access to pull requests, and ability to create, merge and decline them
  • Write (not admin) access to all the repositories the authorizing user has access to
  • Access to webhooks