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gitleaks

This package contains a SAST tool for detecting hardcoded secrets like passwords, API keys, and tokens in git repos. Gitleaks aims to be the easy-to-use, all-in-one solution for finding secrets, past or present, in your code. Features:

  • Scan for committed secrets
  • Scan for unstaged secrets as part of shifting security left
  • Scan directories and files
  • Available Github Action
  • Custom rules via toml configuration
  • High performance using go-git
  • JSON, SARIF, and CSV reporting
  • Private repo scans using key or password based authentication

Installed size: 5.90 MB
How to install: sudo apt install gitleaks

  • libc6
gitleaks
[email protected]:~# gitleaks -h
Gitleaks scans code, past or present, for secrets

Usage:
  gitleaks [command]

Available Commands:
  completion  Generate the autocompletion script for the specified shell
  detect      detect secrets in code
  help        Help about any command
  protect     protect secrets in code
  version     display gitleaks version

Flags:
  -c, --config string          config file path
                               order of precedence: 
                               1. --config/-c 
                               2. env var GITLEAKS_CONFIG
                               3. (--source/-s)/.gitleaks.toml
                               If none of the three options are used, then gitleaks will use the default config
      --exit-code int          exit code when leaks have been encountered (default 1)
  -h, --help                   help for gitleaks
  -l, --log-level string       log level (debug, info, warn, error, fatal) (default "info")
      --redact                 redact secrets from logs and stdout
  -f, --report-format string   output format (json, csv, sarif) (default "json")
  -r, --report-path string     report file
  -s, --source string          path to source (default: $PWD) (default ".")
  -v, --verbose                show verbose output from scan

Use "gitleaks [command] --help" for more information about a command.

Updated on: 2022-Feb-10