Automated Application Security Built for Developers
Find and fix vulnerabilities
long before they reach production.
Test Your Code With Each Pull Request
Our platform is built using various security techniques, including coverage-guided and feedback-based fuzz testing, to automatically generate millions of test cases that trigger hard-to-find bugs deep within your application. This white-box approach protects against edge cases and speeds up development.
public class JpegImageParserFuzzer ❴
public static void fuzzerTestOneInput(byte input) ❴
CallYourAPI(input); // TODO call your API here
Find Bugs Others Don't
Advanced fuzzing engines generate inputs that maximize code coverage. Powerful bug detectors check for errors during code execution.
No False Positives
Uncover true vulnerabilities only. Get the input and stack trace as proof, so you can reliably reproduce errors every time.
Debug on the Spot
Easily examine, triage and fix every bug directly from your favorite IDE/CLI.
Never Leave Your Dev Environment
Seamless integrations with all popular CI/CD solutions, ticketing systems,
and issue trackers let you implement and verify your fixes immediately.
Why Tech Leaders Trust Us
"Code Intelligence new Java Fuzzer enabled us to quickly find bugs and vulnerabilities in Java applications"
Principal Software Engineer
"Thanks to CI Fuzz, our security testing became significantly more effective. All our developers are now able to fix business-critical bugs early in the development process, without false-positives."
Developer, Security Professional
"CI Fuzz substantially improved the security of our telemetry engine. Thanks to the native CI/CD integration, we will soon have visibility into all places where user input can wreck havoc. No more time-consuming manual audits"
Senior Software Engineer
What Makes Us Different
AI white-box testing uses data from all previous test runs to continuously learn the inner-workings of your application,
triggering security-critical bugs with increasingly high precision.
during application runtime
Bug detectors for severe
OWASP Web and API vulnerabilities
Reproducible bug findings
writing fuzz targets or harnesses
Instrumentation for C/C++,
Go, and JVM-based languages