Choose an Open Source Scanning Tool That Goes Beyond Detection

Decrease alert fatigue and remediate quickly with Mend, the leader in Software Composition Analysis.

Why Choose Mend Over Other Solutions

Scan continuously
and accurately

Automated monitoring and fast customizable reporting are essential for securing your apps. With the most comprehensive open source component and vulnerability databases available, Mend gives you full control over security and license compliance for all your open source dependencies. Say goodbye to false positives.

Prioritize to fix
top threats first

Not all vulnerabilities are created equal. After scanning the open source libraries, Mend prioritizes vulnerabilities based on a full trace analysis. This reduces security alerts by up to 85 percent, so your development and security teams know exactly what to focus on first and remediate critical issues faster.

Remediate automatically
and reliably

Mend keeps your open source components continuously patched to avoid exposure to known vulnerabilities. The widest coverage of languages and repositories provides you with detailed community-verified suggestions and automated fix pull requests to fix your code faster. It’s as simple as clicking a button.

Prevent vulnerabilities
throughout the SDLC

Mend’s open source scanner integrates with IDE and repo environments so developers can take more responsibility for application security. Working directly in their own tools helps developers find and fix vulnerabilities more effectively and promotes higher adoption of security tools by developers.

The #1 solution for securing open source code

Identify all your OSS components with support for 200+ languages

Real-time OSS security and license alerts

Smart prioritization
No unnecessary alerts
No false positives

Fast remediation with verified automated pull requests.

Easy reporting

Automated policies Was Named a Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Software Composition Analysis, Q3 2021

Our Customers Love Using Mend

See why Mark Curphey, founder of OWASP, chose Mend to secure and manage the open source components he uses.