This section will guide you through the vulnerabilities dashboard of Kiuwan Code Security. 


The Code Security Vulnerabilities dashboard provides a detailed view of the application’s vulnerabilities. It allows you to:

  • Search for vulnerabilities according to multiple search criteria
  • Order and group vulnerabilities by different characteristics
  • Inspect details of every single vulnerabilities
  • Access to vulnerability description and remediation tips

Summary data

The summary section displays group information on vulnerabilities:

  • By Vulnerability Type: number of vulnerabilities for every type (please see Vulnerability Types )
  • By Language: number of vulnerabilities found for every programming language
  • By Priority: number of vulnerabilities found by priority (according to security rules priorities as defined in the model used for the analysis)


Figures are also displayed for

  • Violated Rules: number of security rules (checks) with associated vulnerabilities
  • Vulnerabilities: total number of vulnerabilities found in app source code
  • Very High: number of Very High vulnerabilities
  • Security Rating: overall application security rating


Click the burger menu on the top-left to:

  • Compare analysis results with any other analysis
  • Mute vulnerabilities
  • Export vulnerabilities to CSV format
  • Export to ThreadFix
  • Export in PDF format

Detailed data

Along with these metrics, Vulnerability page displays a full list of defects that you can browse, filter and order by following criteria:

  • Search by rule name
  • Priority - low to high
  • Characteristic - main software analytics categorization of the selected rule
  • Vulnerability Type - security topic addressed by the selected security rule
  • Language - programming language
  • Normative - security standard
  • CWE Scope 
  • Framework
  • Tags
  • Muted - muted rules or not
  • Status - reviewed or not

You can also group by Rule or Files

Click on a vulnerability row to see more details: 


  1. Which files contain this vulnerability
  2. The specific location of the vulnerability in the source code


For further information, please visit  Understanding Data-Flow Vulnerabilities


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