Sqreen agent to protect Python applications.
Sqreen's Application Security Management for Python
After performance monitoring (APM), error and log monitoring it’s time to add a security component into your app. Sqreen’s microagent automatically monitors sensitive app’s routines, blocks attacks and reports actionable infos to your dashboard.
Sqreen provides automatic defense against attacks:
Protect with security modules: RASP (Runtime App Self-Protection), In-App WAF (Web Application Firewall), Account takeovers and more.
Sqreen’s modules adapt to your application stack with no need of configuration.
Prevent attacks from the OWASP Top 10 (Injections, XSS and more), 0-days, Data Leaks, and more.
Create security automation playbooks that automatically react against advanced business-logic threats.
For more details, visit sqreen.com.
Install Sqreen for Python using a recent version of
pip install sqreen
Signup to Sqreen to get a token for your application and write it in a configuration file called
sqreen.iniin the root directory of your project:
[sqreen] token: Your token app_name: My Application
Use our CLI (command-line) launcher to start your application with Sqreen:
# Replace the application module by yours sqreen-start gunicorn YOUR_APP_MODULE.wsgi
Alternatively, you can also import the
sqreenmodule at the top of your application (usually the
import sqreen sqreen.start()
More information about installation are available on this page.
The agent is compatible with Python 2.7, 3.4 and higher. It works out-of-the-box with most versions of Flask, Django and Pyramid frameworks.
More details are available on this page.
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Sqreen for Python is free-to-use, proprietary software.
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