Muse takes a new approach to code analysis by bringing together the best analysis tools into a single pipeline, enabling teams to catch a broad range of security, performance reliability, and style bugs across a wide variety of languages.
Data races, null dereferences, memory leaks are just a few of the bugs that can cause an application to perform poorly or crash altogether. Muse leverages advanced techniques like separation logic and bi-abduction to perform deep analysis across massive code bases in minutes.
In addition to preventing reliability bugs that can be exploited to crash systems or bypass security logic, Muse can help prevent SQL injections, XSS injections, buffer overflows and more.
Whether you’re trying to confirm to your company’s coding styles, or maintain compliance with external standards, Muse can help. Muse runs a variety of listing tools covering most major language to make it easy to catch deviations from styles and standards.
Muse automatically pre-configure and runs 15+ open source analysis tools, with more added every month.
Pyre catches security and style bugs like command injection vulnerabilities and untrusted data use in Python code. Pyre is a typechecker to support gradual typing of python code.
ShellCheck catches security, performance, style and reliability issues like invalid key value pairs in Bash and Shell code. ShellCheck is great for catching simple style issues as well as more nuanced corner cases and pitfalls.
Checkov finds security, performance, and reliability issues like leaked secrets in config files of Terraform, Cloudformation, K8S, and other infrastructure components. Checkov provides a simple method to write and manage codified, version-controlled policies.
Bandit catches security bugs like SQL injection vulnerabilities in Python code. Bandit builds an abstract syntax tree and then runs its plug-ins against the AST nodes.
Brakeman catches security bugs like XSS vulnerabilities in Ruby code. Brakeman focuses on vulnerabilities in Ruby on Rails applications.
FindSecBugs catches security bugs like command injection and weak hash vulnerabilities in Java code. FindSecBugs is a powerful security tool that targets many of the OWASP Top Ten.
Rubocop catches security and style issues like vulnerable method calls in Ruby code. RuboCop is a linter and formatter based on the community driven Ruby Style Guide.
MDL catches style issues like long lines in Markdown code. Markdownlint is written in ruby and is distributed as a rubygem.
Staticcheck is a state of the art linter for the Go programming language that finds bugs and performance issues, offers simplifications, and enforces style rules.
Infer catches performance and reliability bugs like memory leaks and race conditions in Java, C, and C++ code. Infer is great at finding hard to catch interprocedural bugs.
Muse installs as a GitHub App and automatically configures the tools for your project.
Login to the console to see what bugs Muse finds in your repos.
Muse automatically reports new bugs in each PR so you don't have to worry about any slipping through.