Supported Environments (Plugins)

Stay in your environment

It’s hard enough for developers and engineers to fix the vulnerabilities your security team finds, so why make them leave their development environment to do it?

In an effort to provide teams involved at every level of development with the tools they need to secure their applications as much as possible (without making more work for them), Code Dx, Inc. has made sure their products integrate with popular development environments. Now developers can stay in Eclipse to address vulnerabilities, rather than use the cumbersome, unfamiliar interfaces some other tools provide.

Need help? Check out the complete installation guide for all our plugins.

Jenkins

Plugin for Jenkins

Plugin for Jenkins

The Code Dx Jenkins plugin integrates the Jenkins continuous integration platform with your Code Dx server. It allows you to push build results to your Code Dx server as part of the build process.

A Code Dx project and an API key are required. The API key must have the create role for the project.

This section of the Plugins guide explains how to install and use the Jenkins plugin. For more information you may visit the Official Code Dx Jenkins Wiki Page or our GitHub Repository. This plugin is open source and we welcome community involvement.

TeamCity logo

Plugin for TeamCity

Plugin for TeamCity

The Code Dx TeamCity plugin integrates the TeamCity continuous integration platform with your Code Dx server. It allows you to push build results to your Code Dx server as part of the build process.

A Code Dx project and an API key are required. The API key must have the create role for the project.

This section of the Plugins guide explains how to install and use the TeamCity plugin. For more information you may visit our GitHub Repository. This plugin is open source and we welcome community involvement.

Eclipse IDE

Plugin for Eclipse IDE

Plugin for Eclipse IDE

The Code Dx Eclipse plugin streamlines the use of Code Dx within the Eclipse IDE. Developers can push out new builds for Code Dx analyses and the results can be viewed from within the IDE.

A Code Dx project is required. To allow users access to the project, they must be assigned to the project where the user roles are consistent with those within Code Dx.

This section of the Plugins guide explains how to install and use the Eclipse plugin. For more information you may visit The Official Eclipse Marketplace Page.

Eclipse Version Support:   Neon, Mars, Luna, Kepler, and Oxygen
Platform Support: Windows, Mac, Linux/GTK

Visual Studio

Plugin for Visual Studio

Plugin for Visual Studio

The Code Dx Visual Studio (VS) extension is a plugin for the Visual Studio IDE. It streamlines the use of Code Dx for developers by allowing them to push out new builds for analysis and view analysis results from within the IDE.

A Code Dx project is required. To allow users access to the project, they must be assigned to the project where the user roles are consistent with those within Code Dx.

This section of the Plugins guide explains how to install and use the VS extension. You may download the installer from the Official Marketplace Page.

This extension supports VS 2012 or greater.

Please contact us with our Support form if you’re using an older VS version.

Visual Studio TFS

Plugin for TFS

Plugin for TFS

Visual Studio Team Services build and release extension to send artifacts to Code Dx.

Note that this extension requires a running Code Dx 2.0 server.

Works with: Team Services, Team Foundation Server

Intellij IDE

Plugin for IntelliJ

Plugin for IntelliJ

The Code Dx IntelliJ plugin streamlines the use of Code Dx within the IntelliJ IDE. Developers can push out new builds for Code Dx analyses and the results can be viewed from within the IDE.

A Code Dx project is required. To allow users access to the project, they must be assigned to the project where the user roles are consistent with those within Code Dx.

This section of the Plugins guide explains how to install and use the IntelliJ plugin. For more information you may visit the Official IntelliJ Plugin Page.

This plugin supports IntelliJ version 2017.2 or greater.

Burp Suite

Plugin for Burp Suite

Plugin for Burp Suite

The Code Dx Burp Suite plugin provides a way to upload Burp Suite findings to your Code Dx server from within Burp Suite.

A Code Dx project and an API key are required. The API key must have the create role on the project it needs to interact with.

This section of the Plugins Guide explains how to install and use the Burp Suite plugin. For more information, you may visit our GitHub Repository. This plugin is open source and we welcome community involvement.

Plugin for OWASP ZAP

Plugin for OWASP ZAP

The Code Dx OWASP ZAP plugin provides a way to upload OWASP ZAP alerts to your Code Dx server from within OWASP ZAP.

A Code Dx project and an API key are required. The API key must have the create role for the project.

This section of the Plugins Guide explains how to install and use the OWASP ZAP plugin. For more information, you may visit our GitHub Repository. This plugin is open source and we welcome community involvement.

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