Vulert notifies you if a SECURITY ISSUE is found in any of the open-source software you use. No installation needed.
- - Vulert is the most popular SaaS alternative to FOSSology.
- - Vulert is the most popular free alternative to FOSSology.
WhiteSource Bolt is a FREE tool that scans all of your projects to detect vulnerable open source components. It provides actionable remediation paths to enable a quick fix. Available on Github & Azure DevOps Marketplaces: bolt.whitesourcesoftware.com
- - WhiteSource Bolt is the most popular Web-based alternative to FOSSology.
WhiteSource Bolt Features
FOSSA offers automated license scanning, dependency analysis and reports at each commit. Get a process up an running in 60 seconds, without slowing down development.
ScanCode is a tool to scan code and detect licenses, copyrights and more. This open source code scanning tool helps you find and discover open source and third-party components in your code.
- - ScanCode is the most popular Windows, Mac & Linux alternative to FOSSology.
- - ScanCode is the most popular Open Source alternative to FOSSology.
Ninka is a lightweight license identification tool for source code. It is sentence-based, and provides a simple way to identify open source licenses in a source code file. It is capable of identifying several dozen different licenses (and their variations).
Simplified license management of open source software for small organizations or departments.
- - Protecode Compact is the most popular commercial alternative to FOSSology.
WhiteSource is the leading solution for agile open source security and license compliance management.
- - WhiteSource is the most popular Self-Hosted alternative to FOSSology.
OSS Deep Discovery scans source code as well as binaries to identify open source software and licenses, even when the open source code has been copied or modified.
Palamida Standard Edition contains the scanning and analysis features, without the request and authorization workflow. It is designed for organizations who need to focus first on analysis of code content, perhaps as a result of an immediate requirement for disclosures (Third...