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Add Meterian to your Github Action or add Meterian Badges into your Github project's README.

Docs Install Badges

Integrate Meterian on your Bitbucket pipeline

Docs Install

Install the Meterian plugin into your Azure DevOps project

Docs Install

Perform a scan via command line

Use the Meterian Thin client to run a scan from your command line

Docs Download

Perform an analysis of your project using the Meterian Dockerized Client

Docs Get

Scan your Docker container for known vulnerabilities using the Meterian Container Scanner

Docs Download

Use Meterian on CI

Meterian integrats with most of the CI platforms, grab an API token and follow the documentation

Tokens See all

Teams

Manage your organization teams and members in the easiest possible way.

Docs

SBoM

Easily keep track of your projects' Software Bill of Materials available in multiple formats

Docs

Auto remediations

Engages the autofix mechanism that automatically fixes problems detected during the analysis

Docs

Sentinel

Receive notifications about newly found vulnerabilities which are affecting libraries used on your projects

Docs

Got questions?

Have a look at the documentation, you might find the answer to your question in there

Docs

Get in touch and we will try to answer your question as soon as possible

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For the security badge, please add this snippet to your README file:
[![security status]($baseurl/badge/gh/spring-projects/spring-boot/security)]($baseurl/report/gh/spring-projects/spring-boot)
                                        
                                    
For the stability badge, please add this snippet to your README file:
[![stability status]($baseurl/badge/gh/spring-projects/spring-boot/stability)]($baseurl/report/gh/spring-projects/spring-boot)
                                        
                                    
For the licensing badge, please add this snippet to your README file:
[![licensing status]($baseurl/badge/gh/spring-projects/spring-boot/licensing)]($baseurl/report/gh/spring-projects/spring-boot)
                                            
                                        
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  • Adminstrator - can do anything on your account, including disabling it
  • Collaborator - can run analysis, apply ignore rules and view reports
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The name of your account
This is the name assigned to your account. It can be really anything it makes sense to you and, of course, it can be changed at any time.
The contact email of your account
This is the main contact email of your account, where you receive notification about people joining or leaving your account, changes made to your plan, and any other account-wide relevant information. You can change this email but you will need to follow a validation process: unless this is successful, the change will not be executed. Please contact our support email if you need any assistance.
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By selecting an organization from this list, all the members of the specific Github organization will be automatically added to this Meterian account once they have performed their first login with Github.
You have to be an admin of both Github organization and Meterian account.
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This token can be used to allow a member of the Meterian support team to login in your behalf in the case you are experiencing issues within your account.
Simple generate or refresh the token and communicate it to a member of the Meterian support team.
The token automatically expires after 8 hours after its issue.

Experimental Mode
Fancy trying all the features Meterian has to offer? Some of the functionalities are still in develompent or in testing, but you can try them out by turning on the Experimental Mode.
In Experimental Mode is not guaranteed full stability as these features are still being worked on by developers.
Why not give it a try? You can disable the Experimental Mode any time you want.

Notifications
Get notified if a project in your account becomes vulnerable. Activate the Meterian notification service here

The plan associated to your account
This is the plan associated to your account, and can be changed at any time but at the moment only by contacting our support email.
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Disable your account
This will allow you to disable your account. Nothing will be lost, but you will need to contact our support email if you need to restore o completely delete your account. This is required in case you need to join, as a member, another account, as at this stage Meterian` does not support multiple accounts for the same user.

Meterian Dashboard
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Security Score Calculation
Calculation by CVSS The score starts at 100. For each vulnerability, points are deducted based on its CVSS score. The amount of points deducted is between 0 and 50: it's proportionate to the score of the vulnerability, that goes from 0 to 10. For example, a score of 9 will deduct 45 points, while a 1 will deduct 5 points. A suggestion will always deduct 0.25.
Calculation by Severity The score starts at 100, then:
  • each SUGGESTION deducts 0.25
  • each LOW deducts 5
  • each MEDIUM deducts 10
  • each HIGH deducts 20
  • each CRITICAL deducts 25
The minimum score is 0

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Severity level when no CVE is present
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Ignore unstable versions  
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