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.
Secrets Detection – Tools for reproducible, detailed, and meaningful benchmarks
New series focusing on performance at GitGuardian. Learn how we built the tools to produce meaningful benchmarks and track our improvements in speed over the year.
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.
Why detecting generic credentials is a game changer
Discover what generic secrets detection is really about, why it's a critical component to build a performant secrets detection engine, and how GitGuardian is tackling this problem.
Setting up a pre-commit git hook with GitGuardian Shield
In this tutorial we are going to run through how to create a pre-commit git hook using GitGuardian Shield to detect secrets before they enter your repository.
Implementing a detector at GitGuardian : a use case with MongoDB credentials
This article explains how our research team develops and refines detectors. To illustrate this article, we will take the case of MongoDB credentials.
Building reliable secrets detection - Secrets in source code (episode 3/3)
This article will expose how our algorithms detect secrets and what we have learnt from scanning, literally, billions of commits.
The threat of leaked secrets in git repositories - A discussion between security experts
Secrets including API tokens, passwords and credentials are the keys to the kingdom. Yet storing secrets inside git including GitHub & GitLab is a problem. Security experts discuss why this is & how to solve this.
Building internal secrets detection solutions: a case study about how SAP scans git repos for secrets
This article looks at how SAP built an internal secrets scanning solution to detect API keys and other credentials hardcoded in git repos and revoke them.
Why secrets in git are such a problem - Secrets in source code (episode 2/3)
Despite secrets like API keys, OAuth tokens, certificates and passwords being extremely sensitive, it is common for these to leak into git repositories through source code. This article looks at why this is true and how we can prevent it.
Mitigate Growing Application Security Risks with Automated Secrets Detection
Credential theft is already a well-known adversary technique but the risk expands much wider when introducing secrets such as API keys. This article looks at automated secrets detection, the challenges, and potential solutions.
Secret sprawl and the attack surface - Secrets in source code (episode 1/3)
The first in a series of articles that will take a deep dive into secrets within source code: In this article, we will look at the concept of secret sprawl, the unwanted distribution of secrets through multiple systems, and how we can prevent it.
GitHub security: what does it take to protect your company from credentials leaking on GitHub?
An in depth guide intended for CISOs, application security and other security professionals who want to protect their organizations from credentials leaked on GitHub.
Assessing model performance in secrets detection: accuracy, precision & recall explained
Why precision and recall are such important metrics to consider when evaluating the performance of classification algorithms such as secrets detection.