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New & revamped reporting


Open beta


We’re excited to update that Snyk’s revamped reporting is now in open beta, providing you with easy, comprehensive, and granular security visibility across your applications!

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If you are a Snyk Business or Snyk Enterprise customer you can immediately try these new capabilities for yourself by enabling them via Snyk Preview (Settings → Snyk Preview).

Key new and improved capabilities include the addition of Snyk Code issues in reporting, more filters including CVE, CWE, project tags/attributes, shareable filters, export to CSV & PDF, and overall improved experience and performance.

We’ve put together a blog post describing all these changes. Check it out here.

For more details, please see our user documentation.

Feedback? We want to hear from you! Please send us your input via this form.

Join us for SnykLaunch on November 8th!

You're invited to tune in to Snyk Launch with Snyk’s product leaders, Adi Sharabani, CTO, and Manoj Nair, CPO for the first look at our newest products and releases!

When: Tuesday, November 8, 2022 @ 8:00–9:00 a.m. PT / 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. ET / 4:00–5:00 p.m. GMT

What: We'll have live demos of the latest features and innovations in Snyk’s developer security platform, including:

  • Snyk Cloud

  • Supply chain security innovations

  • Enhanced reporting capabilities

  • And much, much more!

Register: save your spot for SnykLaunch!

Group Viewer role for Business and Enterprise customers

We are excited to announce the release of a read-only role at Group level called Group Viewer. This role would enable the users to check out Group level reports and all organization details associated within the Group.

The full set of permissions associated with this role can be found here.

All Business and Enterprise plan customers have access to this role. In the Group Members page, click on the role dropdown next to a member to find the new role and assign.

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New UI rolling out from today




Starting today, and over the next few days, we’ll be rolling out our new UI to all users on

For a quick refresher on the changes we’re introducing, read the blog post, or watch this informative training video.

And as a reminder, for anyone who cannot wait for the new UI to be enabled on their account, you can always opt in yourself via Snyk Preview.

Snyk Code - Support for APEX Scanning

Snyk Code will now support scanning of your native APEX code for vulnerabilities - this is available for all Snyk Code users as of today.

There are no requirements needed to use this feature, as we are releasing it for general availability and will be available to any Snyk Code user.

For more information on Snyk Code supported language please read our user documentation.




New UI available via Snyk Preview




The new UI for is now available to those who want to get an early look, via Snyk Preview.

Key changes include a new vertical menu, navigation breadcrumbs, and an org switcher for easier switching between Snyk organizations (and groups for Snyk Enterprise customers).

You can opt your organization in to the new experience via Settings > Snyk Preview > Use the new Snyk UI > ✅ Enabled > Save, or read the accompanying blog post for details.

Unified Scanning API utilising Package URLs (purls)




We have launched a powerful low-level API with which you can now directly check packages for vulnerabilities, enabling you to add package scanning into a huge number of possible workflows. This is launching with support for maven, npm, cocoapods, composer, gem, nuget, pypi, hex, cargo and generic (C/C++) packages, and is available to all Snyk Open Source customers. For more information on getting started, please refer to our documentation.

Proxy authentication in Snyk CLI for Windows




We're announcing support for SPNEGO-based Kerberos and NTLM proxy authentication protocol support in Snyk CLI for Windows, with support for other operating systems coming shortly.

Snyk CLI detects the need to authenticate and discovers the appropriate authentication mechanism automatically once configured to use a proxy.

Read the accompanying blog or our documentation on configuring a proxy in Snyk CLI for details.

Command injection vulnerability in Snyk CLI versions released prior to September 1, 2022




Versions of the Snyk CLI prior to 1.996.0 are vulnerable to a medium severity command injection vulnerability. Note that this also impacts the CI and IDE integrations.

If you are running an older version of the CLI then we recommend updating to the latest version to mitigate the risk.

You can find more about this vulnerability on the following blog post as well as on the Snyk Support Portal.

User Hub for knowledge resources




We’re very happy to announce a new User Hub page, giving access to all knowledge resources for Snyk users.

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This resource connects Snyk users to all knowledge resources for using Snyk, such as: