Stop worrying about security patches.

Appcanary monitors your apps and servers, and notifies you whenever you're vulnerable.

Try us for free:

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Don't find out about security vulnerabilities through Twitter or Hacker News.

Show your compliance auditors how effective you are at keeping your systems safe.

We’re currently tracking more than

57,983 vulnerabilities

over hundreds of thousands of packages:


Ruby gems like Rails, ActiveRecord, or multi_json

Linux packages like nginx, apache, or MongoDB
on Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, and Amazon Linux

Agent

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Our agent stays with your servers and checks up on them regularly.

It's very polite and discreet.

Check API

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Check with us whenever you run tests, or submit pull requests.

Monitor API

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Let us know whenever you deploy and we'll notify you later.

Works great with Docker and Heroku!

Pricing

Indie

$29
per month

3 agents
10 API calls

Team

$99
per month

10 agents
500 API calls

Company

$499
per month

75 agents
Unlimited API calls
$7.50/additional agent

Indie

Team

Company

$29
per month

 

$99
per month

 

$499
per month

 
Agents
& Monitors
3
 
10
 
75
 
Additional Agent
-
 
-
 
$7.50
 
10
 
500
 
Unlimited
 
Need more usage, enterprise-level support, or an on-premise deployment?

Get started with a risk-free 14 day trial.

About

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How it works

We keep track of which versions of what packages are vulnerable to which security vulnerabilities, so you don't have to.

We provide an open-source agent and an API. We monitor the packages you have installed on your Linux system by hooking into the package manager (i.e. apt or yum). We also monitor the libraries used by your Ruby or PHP applications by monitoring their package lock files.

You can upload files directly to our API endpoint, or through a web interface.

Platforms supported

  • Ubuntu - via apt
  • Debian - via apt
  • CentOS - via yum
  • Amazon Linux - via yum
  • Ruby - via Gemfile.lock
  • PHP - via composer.lock
  • More coming soon!

Team

In 2012, Phill and Max started a security and web development consultancy together. In 2013, they cofounded Rubysec, an open-source project that catalogues all Ruby-related software vulnerabilities.

In 2015, they shuttered the consultancy to begin working on Appcanary. That summer they participated in Y Combinator.