NodeJsScan - A Static Security Code Scanner For Node.js Applications

Static security code scanner (SAST) for Node.js applications.

Configure & Run NodeJsScan
Install Postgres and configure SQLALCHEMY_DATABASE_URI in core/
pip3 install -r requirements.txt
python3 # Run once to create database entries required
python3 # Testing Environment
gunicorn -b app:app # Production Environment
This will run NodeJsScan on
If you need to debug, set DEBUG = True in core/

NodeJsScan CLI
The command line interface (CLI) allows you to integrate NodeJsScan with DevSecOps CI/CD pipelines. The results are in JSON format. When you use CLI the results are never stored with NodeJsScan backend.
virtualenv venv -p python3
source venv/bin/activate
(venv)pip install nodejsscan
(venv)$ nodejsscan
usage: nodejsscan [-h] [-f FILE [FILE ...]] [-d DIRECTORY [DIRECTORY ...]]
                  [-o OUTPUT] [-v]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -f FILE [FILE ...], --file FILE [FILE ...]
                        Node.js file(s) to scan
                        Node.js source code directory/directories to scan
  -o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT
                        Output file to save JSON report
  -v, --version         Show nodejsscan version

Python API
import core.scanner as njsscan
res_dir = njsscan.scan_dirs(['/Code/Node.Js-Security-Course'])
res_file = njsscan.scan_file(['/Code/Node.Js-Security-Course/deserialization.js'])

[{'title': 'Deserialization Remote Code Injection', 'description': "User controlled data in 'unserialize()' or 'deserialize()' function can result in Object Injection or Remote Code Injection.", 'tag': 'rci', 'line': 11, 'lines': 'app.use(cookieParser())\n\napp.get(\'/\', function(req, res) {\n            if (req.cookies.profile) {\n                var str = new Buffer(req.cookies.profile, \'base64\').toString();\n                var obj = serialize.unserialize(str);\n                if (obj.username) {\n                    res.send("Hello " + escape(obj.username));\n                }\n            } else {', 'filename': 'deserialization.js', 'path': '/Users/ajin/Code/Node.Js-Security-Course/deserialization.js', 'sha2': '06f3f0ff3deed27aeb95955a17abc7722895d3538c14648af97789d8777cee50'}]

docker build -t nodejsscan .
docker run -it -p 9090:9090 nodejsscan

docker pull opensecurity/nodejsscan
docker run -it -p 9090:9090 opensecurity/nodejsscan:latest

NodeJsScan Web UI

Static Analysis

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