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[Announcements] Recent Product Updates - Bug Fixes, Security Policies, and Dockerfile Updates

Sharone Zitzman
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Check out our latest product announcements:

  • Bug fix: Fixable issues in Reporting

A bug fix has been pushed to production that may impact the count of fixable issues in the grouped view of the Issues tab within reporting.

Fixable issues in Reporting

This fix corrects a mistake in aggregation that incorrectly marked entire issue groups as not fixable if some issues in that group were not fixable. These issue groups will now be marked as fixable, as some issues within the group are fixable.

  • Prioritize your vulnerabilities with our new Security Policies

We're pleased to announce the general availability of Security Policies - enabling security teams to create rules to automatically prioritize or de-prioritize specific vulnerabilities, ensuring developers can easily understand which vulnerabilities should be tackled first.

More information about how Security Policies can help with prioritization is available on our blog. To learn more about how to use this capability, check out our help center documentation.

(Note: Security Policies is available for Pro and Enterprise users.)

  • Dockerfile vulnerabilities detection directly from Git We're thrilled to announce that Snyk now detects Dockerfiles directly from your source code manager and surfaces base image vulnerabilities.

This allows you to identify issues before building the container image, and fix them before they land in registry or production based on our base image recommendations.

Dockerfile Vulnerability Detection

To get started, import your Git repository (where your Dockerfile lies) and check out the new Dockerfile project created. There, you can see all the relevant information to start taking action, including base image vulnerabilities, base image recommendations and the option to link the Dockerfile project to other image projects you have in Snyk.

To learn more about Dockerfile project, visit our Knowledge Center.

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