Automate your way out of code security incidents with GitGuardian’s playbooks
Learn more about GitGuardian’s no-code workflows and how they can help you enjoy some respite from the manual and grunt work no security engineer ever enjoys.
From vulnerability to advantage: turn exposed secrets into your best allies to detect intrusion.
We are happy to announce the release of our latest open-source project, ggcanary, the GitGuardian Canary Tokens, to help organizations detect intrusion in their developer and DevOps environments.
Q2 Product Roundup – Making secrets detection programs a reality for the enterprise
Learn more about the challenges awaiting organizations of thousands of developers when deploying secrets detection and how we're addressing them with our latest feature releases.
Automate security testing in your CI pipelines with GitGuardian and CircleCI
GitGuardian is now a verified CircleCI technological partner. Use the ggshield orb to run automated secrets detection and remediation in your CircleCI workflows.
Detector of The Month – Stripe webhook secret, April 2022
Keep secrets out of your source code. GitGuardian's automated secrets detection now supports Stripe webhook signing secrets.
Detector of The Month – PlanetScale, February 2022
Keep secrets out of your source code. GitGuardian's automated secrets detection supports PlanetScale database passwords and tokens.
No stone left unturned: detecting custom patterns is now available in GitGuardian.
GitGuardian users can now extend the secrets detection engine and configure custom patterns to detect proprietary secrets and credentials.
GitGuardian is now part of the PagerDuty Partner Program verified integrations
GitGuardian is now a verified PagerDuty integration, bringing the power of automated secrets detection to one of the leading platforms for real-time digital operations.
300. That's how many secrets detectors GitGuardian now runs.
GitGuardian now supports more than 300 secrets detectors, available in both products: GitGuardian for Public GitHub Monitoring and GitGuardian for Internal Repositories Monitoring.
You can’t remember if you revoked that secret? We’ll help you verify with Validity Checks.
Today, we’re introducing Validity Checks in GitGuardian for Internal Repositories Monitoring. For each incident, users will now be able to verify if the leaked credentials are still valid — bringing their attention to unresolved incidents.
Introducing Presence Checks in GitGuardian for Internal Repositories Monitoring
Today, we’re introducing Presence Checks in GitGuardian for Internal Repositories Monitoring. For each incident in the dashboard, users will now be able to verify if the leaked secret is still present or if it was completely removed from the git history.
GitGuardian Now Available on the GitHub Marketplace (and already the #1 ranking app in the Security Category)
Today, we're excited to launch GitGuardian on the GitHub Marketplace. With this integration, more developers will find it easier to connect GitGuardian to their GitHub accounts and monitor their repositories for hardcoded credentials.
Making developers part of security with GitGuardian’s new Dev in the loop feature
GitGuardians “Dev in the loop” is another step towards bringing this into reality with a practical feature that improves the workflow of remediating a secret incident between developers and security teams.
GitGuardian Internal Monitoring - New and improved integrations with your favorite CI/CD and SIEM tools
GitGuardian is releasing exciting new integrations for your favourite CI/CD and SIEM tools to help integrate GitGuardian into your SDLC seamlessly.
Native Bitbucket Integration with GitGuardian
Since the conception of GitGuardian, we have been working to help developers keep source code secure. This started with scanning public repositories on GitHub and our offering has been growing ever since. In 2020 we released: * our internal monitoring product to be able to