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Would you recommend Veracode? What are some of your use cases?

We are currently researching application security solutions.

From your experience, would you recommend Veracode? What are some of your use cases? 

Thanks! I appreciate the help.

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Technical Architect at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
Feb 5, 2020

I would recommend Veracode. Our uses cases included removing vulnerable code from our Product and ensuring the product is secure. Veracode helps us in regularly scanning our code base and reporting our vulnerabilities which we can fix before exploited. The static scan and SCA reports are the important once. Besides, the Veracode Verified program helps us showcase our security posture to our customers to win their trust

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Donovan Greeff - PeerSpot reviewer
Head of Software Delivery at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Real User
Jul 9, 2020

I would recommend them. They have the ability to cover multiple languages and come with all the features you would expect from a paid solution. But do note, it is a paid solution. 

The Veracode guys are good though and will happily walk you through the solutions they offer to make sure the proposal is one that actually fits your problem, rather than try to sell it to you when it doesn't make sense etc. 

Senior Project Manager at a computer software company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
Jul 8, 2020

It depends on whether Veracode is recommended or not completely based on the technology they are using. for JAVA applications yes recommended. but for python maybe not much usefull.

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Hello community,  After the first full scan with Veracode SAST, when the programmer changes something in the code, does he scan the code again completely or only the changes? Thank you.
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They are mainly two different products.  If your goal is to set the quality on code then SonarQube is your answer.  On the other side, if your main goal is to set high-quality standards in terms of cybersecurity (i.e. both security and compliance with regulations), then Veracode is a better match.
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