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Snyk Web UI

No matter how you use Snyk, the Snyk Web UI is where you can connect your source code management (SCM) repositories, container registries, and applications. If you haven't already, go to the Snyk Web UI and create an account!
After you connect, you can import your repositories and projects so that Snyk can scan, monitor, and fix vulnerabilities in your source code.

Logging in to Snyk

If your company uses single sign-on (SSO), use the SSO link provided by your administrators.
If your company requires an invitation to use Snyk, you may see a list of organizations when you log in for the first time. This means that you have not yet been invited. Select an Admins’ name to send an email to request access to that organization.
If you log in with a different authentication provider than the one your company uses for the Snyk account, you create a new account: you won't be logged into the correct organization for your company.
Organizations in Snyk control access to projects. The organization settings and policies also influence your scan results, depending on which organization you use when you add a project.
Snyk shows your preferred (or default) organization when you log into the Snyk Web UI. Snyk also uses the settings for your preferred organization when you test a project locally using the CLI.

More information

For the other Snyk platforms, see Snyk CLI, Snyk API, or Snyk for IDEs.
For related Snyk Training resources, see Use Snyk Tools: UI, CLI, IDE.