"Web Vulnerability Scanning suite for Agile Teams, that automates the scanning of Web Applications and lets you efficiently manage the lifecycle of those vulnerabilities."
Probe.ly automates web vulnerability scanning and is targeted at companies that build online services. Our customers can cost-effectively request scans of web applications and efficiently manage the lifecycle of the vulnerabilities found in a sleek and intuitive web interface. By providing step-by-step solutions to fix the vulnerabilities, our customers can avoid hiring expensive security consultants.
At the core of Probe.ly, we developed an engine that is able to significantly reduce the number of false positives found, by applying heuristics and Machine Learning, and increased vulnerability detection by applying an advanced fingerprinting module that recognizes popular web applications and frameworks.
Probe.ly, in its bare bones, automates the task of scanning your web application to find vulnerabilities and lets you efficiently manage the lifecycle of the vulnerabilities found in a sleek and intuitive interface.
As opposed to Web Application Penetration testing, our product, by being automated, can offer a very competitive price and address a new market of small companies and startups that do not have the budget for penetration testing services. For more mature companies that already perform annual pen-testing, Probe.ly complements it by providing continuous scans and a continuous level of assurance.
We offer customer support and some tutorials.
Find vulnerabilities in web applications in an automated and unattended fashion. Manage the vulnerabilities (mark as fixed, mark as accept risk, see how to fix).
Yes, for every single operation and piece of information available in the site.
Jenkins, Travis, Jira, Slack.
Jira and Slack have direct integrations. Virtually any application since we have an API for everything.
Yes, a paying customer can create multiple users for their team.
Companies that build or manage online services. Developers that build and maintain web applications but also security teams that need to test web applications.