Semgrep AppSec Platform makes shift left work

Delivering high-signal results, the platform unifies management of SAST, SCA, and secrets scans across an organization. Sold separately or bundled, all products include:

  • simplified rollout, even across hundreds of repos

  • unified view of results with AI prioritization

  • fine-grained policy management

Semgrep Code


per contributor per month


Cross-file analysis

Pro rules

Semgrep Assistant (AI)

Semgrep Supply Chain


per contributor per month


Dataflow reachability analysis

License compliance

Dependency search + SBOM

Semgrep Secrets


per contributor per month


Secret validation

Semantic analysis

Entropy analysis

Need something custom?

Ask us about our Enterprise tier, including customized support plans and feature development.

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Frequently asked questions

A contributor is someone who made a commit to your organization's private repository scanned by Semgrep in the past month.

We love startups and many of us were security consultants in our previous roles! To get access to special pricing, contact us!

No. Semgrep runs either locally or fully in your CI pipeline, and your source code never leaves your computer or your CI environment. Only meta-data related to Semgrep runs (see docs) are sent to Semgrep's service.

If you opt-in to Semgrep Assistant, Semgrep’s automated recommendations for triage and code remediation assisted by GPT-4, the Semgrep Assistant feature submits part of the file that has a finding in it to OpenAI for processing by a GPT model. OpenAI is not allowed to use the submitted code for training their models.

Users in the Team and Enterprise tier for Semgrep can publish rules to the Semgrep Registry as Private rules that are not visible to others outside their organization. The private rules enable you to hide code-sensitive information or legal requirements that prevent you from using a public registry.

Pro rules are proprietary rules written by our security research team with the goal to provide a set of supported rules with improved coverage (across languages and vulnerability types), leveraging the latest Semgrep features, and providing high-confidence results.


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