ThreadFix 2.1 Now Available


[Updated: Come see our webinar about what’s new in ThreadFix 2.1]


The ThreadFix team is proud to announce the release of ThreadFix 2.1 Community Edition. Our 2.1 release is jam-packed full system enhancements, a handful of new features and integrations, and we’ve also identified and fixed over 190 bugs.

Check out the full list of updates and fixes. Here are a few of the highlights:

  • New Integrations: in efforts to continue to expanding our comprehensive coverage of industry leading tools and technologies, ThreadFix now integrates with the following five [5] additional software assurance technologies:
#210 Support for HP Quality Center
#61 Support for Version One
#23 Support for Cenzic/Trustwave Hailstorm
#433 Support for Checkmarx
#433 ThreadFix Community Contribution: Support for Riverbed ‘Stingray’ WAF
  • New Features: to improve upon the ThreadFix experience, we’ve added the following new features and functionality:
#261 Vulnerability Filtering
#281 Expose Vulnerability Search through the REST API to enable advanced remote queries
#354 Add the option for Saved Vulnerability Filters
  • System Enhancements: we’ve taken the current features and improved upon them with several great system enhancements to existing functionality and integrations:
#511 Ability to configure Remote Provider synchronization frequency
#525 Ability to configure Remote Provider issue status update frequency
#585 Improvements to the Zed Attack Proxy Importer
#584 Improvements to the Qualys WAS Importer
#326, #341 Improvements to the Dependency Check Importer
#615 Improvements to the Nessus Importer
#362 Improvements to the WhiteHat Importer
#386 Dynamic Defect Submission Form for HP Quality Center
#389 Defect Submission Form for Jira                                                                                                                           
#392 Dynamic Defect Submission Form for Version One
#291 Toggle Vulnerability Merging ON/OFF
#293 Add Ability to Export to CSV and JSON
#343 Add Ability to edit/map unmapped findings

Thanks against to the ThreadFix user community for all the feedback. Thanks also to the ThreadFix contributor community for all the generous contributions.

Contact us to talk more about building your application security program on ThreadFix.

About Dan Cornell

A globally recognized application security expert, Dan Cornell holds over 15 years of experience architecting, developing and securing web-based software systems. As the Chief Technology Officer and a Principal at Denim Group, Ltd., he leads the technology team to help Fortune 500 companies and government organizations integrate security throughout the development process. He is also the original creator of ThreadFix, Denim Group's industry leading application vulnerability management platform.
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