A brand new layout for the Dependencies

One of Sqreen oldest features was just given a makeover.

The view should be easier for you to browse and features a search bar. We basically applied everything we improved and learned on our Dashboard UX.

Review the status of your apps' dependencies

Discover anomalies from your apps' environment

Since the initial release of Playbooks, we've been focused on helping you monitor suspicious activities from your apps' traffic.

The environment in which your apps are running is also a potential vector of attack.

6 new Playbooks are now live from your account. Discover the runtimes are up-to-date, if the passwords used to connect to your database are strong enough and more.

Of course, they're built with privacy in mind and we'll never collect any sensitive information.

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Get full control over the Sqreen's overhead

Sqreen App Hardening plugins are protecting your application from the most common vulnerabilities - like SQL injections, XSS, etc - in real-time.

Of course, performing extra actions during your app's requests means Sqreen may introduce some few extra milliseconds overhead.

So far, you had to make a hard decision: benefit from all Sqreen protections but potentially adding few extra ms on each request OR disable them.

Brace yourself: you can now get the best of both worlds! 🎉 Ruby version 1.14.0 and Node.js 1.24.0 both support this setting. PHP, Java, and Python are following!

Visit your Dashboard to define how many milliseconds Sqreen may consume and review what % of your traffic we can actively analyze.

Tailor Sqreen notifications to your needs

Our mission at Sqreen is to make security accessible and actionable. We don't want to become yet another source of spammy notifications which you'll get tired of.

Security being a complex topic, sometimes we need your help to tell us what's really relevant to you.

We're introducing the playbooks' severity to let you manage how you want to be alerted, depending on the criticality of the security events. You can then decide to be notified on trigger or once per day or per week.

All the predefined playbooks come with a default severity, which you can obviously customize.

Review how Sqreen should alert you depending on the severity by visiting your apps' settings.

Meet the new navigation!

Sqreen features have expanded a lot in the past months (security hub, security automation, etc.).

Our dashboard layout and navigation weren't helping to manage your apps' security in an easy and efficient way.

Enter the new navigation! We're already in love with it 😍 at Sqreen, especially the fresh look it gives to our Dashboard.

We hope you love it too! We're eager to hear your thoughts on it.

The Playbooks list just got better

We've just released a new iteration of the playbooks list, helping you see at a glance which playbooks are live in your app.

Also, meet the playbooks' catalog where we'll publish new ones every week. Organised around categories, you'll be able to add the most relevant playbooks to your app in one click.

We hope you love this new version.

Stay tuned as we'll keep iterating on this list in the coming days!

Webhook security response: get full control over your app behavior under attack

Two weeks ago, we released Security Automation to help you fight against attackers targeting your apps.

While blocking or redirecting the IPs and users behaving in suspicious ways are great security responses, we also understand you may need full control on how your app will behave for them.

Using our webhook integration, your system will be pinged whenever bad actors are flagged by your playbooks.

Get started now by reviewing your security playbooks.

The payload is documented here.

New to Security Automation? Get started by visiting your dashboard or the documentation.

Protect your apps from attackers with Security Automation

In order to fully secure applications, you should harden your code against vulnerabilities and protect against attackers.

Since the beginning of Sqreen, we've been focusing on the first to provide you with an easy and simple to setup security solution. While this mission isn't completed at all, we thought it was time to focus on the second.

Using Security Automation, you can automate how your application behaves when malicious actors target your application.

Security Automation is available right now from your Dashboard 🎉!

You can also get started with our documentation to first learn more.

We're very excited to release this new Product and we hope you'll love it as much as we do.

Looking forward to hearing back from you.

A new design for the Security Hub

A few weeks ago, we introduced Security Plugins. We've learned a lot thanks to your great feedback, and we're super excited to release a second iteration of the Hub.

The first version was very monitoring oriented which was making hard to review at a glance all the available plugins matching your apps' stacks.

This second iteration is meant to be your configuration center, like the App Protection dashboard was before we introduced the plugins. You can now review, configure and learn more about each plugin faster than before.

Visit your Security Hub now at https://my.sqreen.io/application/goto/plugins.

Customise your Security Plugins behavior

A month ago we introduced the Security Hub, a single place where you can see the various security plugins Sqreen is adding to your application to protect it from various vulnerabilities.

Today, we're very excited to release the ability for you to customise how security plugins should behave when attacks and vulnerabilities are detected.

To get started, just visit any of your enabled security plugins at https://my.sqreen.io/application/goto/plugins and review the protection mode - should requests be blocked on attacks - and how we should notify you (Email, Slack, NewRelic Insights and Webhook).

We're looking forward to hearing from you!

It's a first step in enabling you to manage security your way with Sqreen, except more to come very soon!

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