Seeker.Net.Azure.Extension 20.1.0

Seeker gives you unparalleled visibility into your web app security posture and identifies vulnerability trends against compliance standards (e.g., OWASP Top 10, PCI DSS, GDPR, and CWE/SANS Top 25). Seeker enables security teams to identify and track sensitive data to ensure that it is handled securely and not stored in log files or databases with weak or no encryption. Seeker’s seamless integration into CI/CD workflows enables fast IAST security testing at DevOps speed.

Install-Package Seeker.Net.Azure.Extension -Version 20.1.0
dotnet add package Seeker.Net.Azure.Extension --version 20.1.0
<PackageReference Include="Seeker.Net.Azure.Extension" Version="20.1.0" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Seeker.Net.Azure.Extension --version 20.1.0
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To use this package in Azure Web App, perform the following steps:

  1. Make sure that you have a running Seeker Enterprise Server version 2020.01 or higher. This server should be accessible from your Azure Web App environment.
  2. Deploy your Web Application in Azure Web App as usual.
  3. Set the following environment variable SEEKER_SERVER_URL=http://{Seeker_Server_Url} where {Seeker_Server_Url} is the URL of the Seeker Server, for example, SEEKER_SERVER_URL=https://34.56.22.44:8443.
  4. In Azure Web App, from the Extensions tab, choose and install .NET Synopsys Seeker IAST Extension.
  5. Once it is installed, restart your Azure Web App on the Azure portal.

Navigate your web application and review the detected security issues in the Seeker Web UI.

To use this package in Azure Web App, perform the following steps:

  1. Make sure that you have a running Seeker Enterprise Server version 2020.01 or higher. This server should be accessible from your Azure Web App environment.
  2. Deploy your Web Application in Azure Web App as usual.
  3. Set the following environment variable SEEKER_SERVER_URL=http://{Seeker_Server_Url} where {Seeker_Server_Url} is the URL of the Seeker Server, for example, SEEKER_SERVER_URL=https://34.56.22.44:8443.
  4. In Azure Web App, from the Extensions tab, choose and install .NET Synopsys Seeker IAST Extension.
  5. Once it is installed, restart your Azure Web App on the Azure portal.

Navigate your web application and review the detected security issues in the Seeker Web UI.

Dependencies

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
20.1.0 606 1/28/2020
19.9.0 188 10/7/2019