Why choose Octotrack?

Questions
  1. No access to your code is requested. You can update your dependencies manually by uploading your Gemfile.lock or automatically using a git post-commit hook (Octotrack provides a simple script to install).
  2. Analyse dependencies relationships. Understand the connections between your dependencies and how much you rely on each of them.
  3. Daily notifications of vulnerabilities and dependencies updates. Octotrack works for you while you sleep 😴 so you never have to wake up in the middle of the night because of a security issue.

Features

Dashboard

Complete control of all your projects dependencies, security and statistics about dependency usage.

Project overview

The project overview allows quick identification of CVE's, dependencies update status and immediate actions.

Automatic updates

Configure a git hook on your project with a single command and benefit from automatic updates.

Invite your colleagues

Invite your team to join a specific project and keep them updated of new releases and security vulnerabilities.

Export CVE's

Easily share with anyone a PDF summarising the vulnerabilities affecting your project and get feedback.

Analyse release notes

Know what the latest changes on your dependencies are and choose to upgrade based on that.

Latest Vulnerabilities

XSS via the 400 Bad Request page

May 31, 2018

Sinatra before 2.0.2 has XSS via the 400 Bad Request page that occurs upon a params parser exception.

private_address_check Ruby Gem Time-of-check Time-of-use race condition

May 03, 2018

private_address_check ruby gem before 0.5.0 is vulnerable to a time-of-check time-of-use (TOCTOU) race condition due to the address the socket uses not being checked. DNS entries with a TTL of 0 can trigger this case where the initial resolution is a public address by the subsequent resolution is...