Snyk Shell provides a convenient shell interface to the Snyk API. You can use any valid Python expression as well as make calls to the Snyk API using the pre-configured Snyk API client. When you load the the shell it will pre-load a list of your organizations and projects so you have some data to explore.
Snyk Shell is available from PyPi. Use your prefered Python dependency management tool to install:
pip install snyksh
Snyk Shell is also available as a Docker image.
docker pull garethr/snyksh
In order to access the Snyk API you need to provide your API token. This is done using
an environment variable called
export SNYK_TOKEN=<your-token-goes-here> snyksh
docker run --rm -it -e SNYK_TOKEN=<your-token> garethr/snyksh
With Snyk Shell running you can interact with data in Snyk. This includes your projects as well as vulnerability data more generally.
Here's a few examples.
Welcome to Snyk Shell The following objects and methods are currently available: client - An instance of the Snyk client, which can be used to make requests to the API organizations - A prepopulated list of the Snyk organizations you are a member of projects - A prepopulated list of all of your Snyk projects pprint() - A pretty printer for objects returns by the API In : organizations Out: [Organization(name='garethr', id='<not-the-read-organization-id>', group=None)] In : pprint(organizations) [ snyk.models.Organization( name='garethr', id='<not-the-real-organization-id>' ) ] In : results = client.organizations.first().test_python("django", "2.0.0") In : len(results.issues.vulnerabilities) Out: 6 In : [x.identifiers["CVE"] for x in results.issues.vulnerabilities] Out: ['CVE-2019-6975', 'CVE-2018-7536', 'CVE-2018-7537', 'CVE-2018-6188', 'CVE-2018-14574', 'CVE-2019-3498']
The Snyk API client
Snyk Shell uses the Snyk Python API client
pysnyk. If you want to build your own applications
which interact with the Snyk API, or you want to know all of the properties and methods avaiable
to you, see the client documentation and examples.