View Project issues, fixes, and dependencies

The following Project information is available on the Snyk Web UI:
  • Issues: the number of vulnerabilities and license issues
  • Fixes: fix advice
  • Dependencies: the total number of direct and transitive (nested) dependencies

View issues

The Project details page displays Issue cards on the Issues tab. The information provided includes vulnerabilities and, for Open Source Project, license issues.
Project details Issues tab and filters
Project details Issues tab and filters
Use the filters in the panel to the left to narrow the search for issues. Select the checkboxes to filter issues by Issue type, Severity, Exploit Maturity, Fixability, and Status. You can also edit the Priority Score slider to change the range displayed; the default is 0 to 1000.
Issue details are shown on Issue cards in the main area, sorted by priority score. For details see Issue card information.

Fix issues (Fix PR)

Snyk provides powerful features to fix issues identified during scanning. Use the Fix option on the Issues or Fixes tab.
ix option on Fixes tab
Fix option on Fixes tab
You can also select Fix this vulnerability for a specific issue:
Fix this vulnerability for an issue
Fix this vulnerability for an issue
See Fix vulnerabilities with Snyk Open Source for an overview. See Manage issues for more details.

View issue details

For each issue, details about the vulnerability are displayed including its priority score.
Click More about this issue to view detailed information about the vulnerability from Snyk's vulnerability database, which provides a deeper insight into the issue, including its CVSS score:
More information from Snyk Vulnerability database
More information from Snyk Vulnerability database

View fixes

Snyk's knowledge of the transitive dependencies in your Project make it possible for Snyk to offer fix advice, in the Fixes tab:
Issue details Fixes tab
Issue details Fixes tab
See Fix your vulnerabilities for details.

View dependencies

Snyk uses the package manager for your application to build the dependency tree and display it in the Dependencies tab of the Project issues detail page. This tab shows which components introduce a vulnerability, which indicates how the dependency was introduced to the application.
The example that follows shows a vulnerability based on the transitive dependency [email protected], brought in from the direct dependency [email protected] 1.9.0.
Issues detail page dependencies tab
Issues detail page dependencies tab
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