Compare SourceClear vs. WhiteHat Sentinel

SourceClear is ranked 24th in Application Security Testing (AST) while WhiteHat Sentinel is ranked 22nd in Application Security Testing (AST). SourceClear is rated 0, while WhiteHat Sentinel is rated 0. On the other hand, SourceClear is most compared with Veracode, Checkmarx and Micro Focus Fortify on Demand, whereas WhiteHat Sentinel is most compared with Veracode, SonarQube and Checkmarx.
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1,077 views|718 comparisons
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Overview

SourceClear provides a way to easily check the open-source libraries being used in your code repositories for vulnerabilities. By utilizing the native build and package managers which manage your open-source libraries, SourceClear is capable of accurately identifying vulnerabilities in your open-source code and additionally providing fix information for vulnerabilities you might have.

WhiteHat Sentinel delivers a proven, scalable, and affordable enterprise application security platform, accelerating the identification and remediation of Web application security vulnerabilities
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Zendesk, Medallia, Marchex, GAP, DatastaxStreetCred Software, ReachLocal
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