Security Code Scanning for generated source code. Ensuring a secure development environment.
Checkmarx CheckAI is a plugin that provides security code scanning for generated source code, ensuring a secure development environment. It validates all packages/libraries referenced in the code through inclusion statements like 'import', 'require', 'using', and others. It also validates packages/libraries found in installation commands such as 'npm install', 'pip install', 'gem install', and more. This plugin validates all packages except standard language libraries and packages that don't require installation. For Java packages, it combines the package name from the groupId and artifactId of Maven. Keep your code secure with Checkmarx CheckAI!
Learn how to use Checkmarx CheckAI effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.
Prompt 1: "I want to find the most recent peer-reviewed articles about climate change."
Prompt 2: "I found a PDF of a paper I'm interested in, can you help me read it?"
Prompt 3: "I want to save this paper to my Zotero library."
Prompt 4: "I want to find the most cited articles about artificial intelligence from the last five years."
Prompt 5: "I found a paper I'm interested in, can you help me read it and then save it to my Zotero library?"
Features and commands
|This command allows you to search for relevant paper abstracts based on a set of keywords. You can also specify the sort order for results, whether to only return peer-reviewed articles, and the range of publication years.|
|This command retrieves the full text of a paper given its PDF URL. You can specify the chunk number to retrieve, which defaults to 1.|
|This command saves a citation to your Zotero reference manager. You need to provide the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) of the article, your Zotero User ID, and your Zotero API Key.|