Fraudsters use these secrets to infiltrate networks and access sensitive data. But don't just take our word for it. Below is a real-time stream of secret types we're finding across public repositories 😳
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We're all human and shhgit happens. But with the right knowledge and tools, you can do your part to make your code safer while keeping essential information protected and mitigating the impact of a leak.
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We scan for the most commonly found API keys, usernames and passwords, private keys, certificates, OAuth and JWT tokens, and database connection strings.
It doesn't matter where or how your code is stored; publicly on GitHub or on your private Bitbucket server — we will scan it.
False positives are exhausting. Adjust your alert thresholds with our confidence ratings. And wherever possible, we verify that secrets are valid and live.
Intelligent insights to understand the real impact of a leak. We map out what data a fraudster could have accessed using the leaked secrets.
Start with a known good state by purging deleted secrets from your repositories commit history.
Plug us in to your CI/CD pipelines, alerting tools, and security monitoring software.
We monitor all publicly committed code across GitHub, GitLab and Bitbucket in real-time, with historic data stretching back to 2015.
Not all secrets were created equally. Set automatic remediation actions per secret type based on the alerts confidence score and risk rating.
Securing your secrets isn't just a technology problem. Our seasoned cyber security experts can advise on supporting processes, training requirements and general strategy for improving your DevSecOps.
Hackers aren’t breaking into secured systems; they’re logging in— Forbes
Last year 50% of all breaches were traced to misuse of credentials, which frequently are found in code.— SANS 2019 Cloud Security Survey
The use of stolen credentials is still the leading cause of data breaches— Verizon 2019 Data Breach Investigations Report
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