FAQ

General

Q. What is SecApps Devcore?

Devcore is a state of the art developer monitoring and leaks discovery tool which helps you identify software security problems across the entire developer estate.

Q. What can I do with SecApps Devcore?

SecApps Devcore is a service that performs a deep scrub of many types of sensitive information leaks, such as AWS access keys, GCloud tokens, Azure keys, passwords for databases, sensitive URLs, and much more. Because Devcore can be configured to run automatically at the scheduled interval, you can be sure that it will notify you of any exposure you might be facing.

Q. Who are the main users of SecApps Devcore?

SecApps Devcore is designed to be used by small and large enterprises. In practice, this service is an excellent fit for any organization concerned about publicly leaked information in its source code.

Q. How do I interface with SecApps Devcore?

SecApps Devcore can be accessed by the Devcore application part of your Launchpad.

Q. How do I get started using SecApps Devcore?

It is straightforward to get started. All related resources and help materials are available online and as part of the tool's built-in documentation.

Billing

Q. How much does SecApps Devcore cost?

Creating a Devcore does not cost anything. You pay only what you use. Therefore the cost of SecApps Devcore largely depends on the type of utilization you require. You can find an example cost breakdown at SecApps Devcore's pricing page.

Q. How will I be charged and billed for my use of SecApps Devcore?

You get charged every time your Devcore is executed. All executions are accumulated in your monthly invoice. The invoice is billed against your credit card at the end of the month. It is also possible to pre-pay a credit that will be used for executing a Devcore. Contact us for more information.

Q. Do your price include taxes?

Unless otherwise specified all prices are exclusive of taxes.

Devcore

Q. How many Devcores can I create?

You can create up-to 1000 Devcores per account. SecApps Support can extend this limit per request.

Q. What does SecApps do with the information?

SecApps is responsible for maintaining and running your Devcore instances per the defined schedule and configuration. SecApps does not use the data to form or influence other service offerings.

Q. How reliable is Devcore?

Your Devcores are guaranteed to always run as per the defined scheduled interval and configuration. Also, we are continuously maintaining and updating Devcore's feature set.

Q. How often can I run Devcore?

By default, Devcore executions are run weekly as this provides the most value at a minimal cost. You can change the execution interval as you wish. The execution interval can also be set to "never" to stop the Devcore running automatically. In this instance, you will need to start it manually.