Learn more about the challenges awaiting organizations of hundreds to thousands of developers deploying secrets detection and how we're addressing them with our latest feature releases.
Proper IT secrets management is essential to protecting your organization from cyberthreats, particularly in DevOps environments, where common CI/CD pipeline tools such as Jenkins, Ansible, Github Actions, and Azure DevOps use secrets to access databases, SSH servers, HTTPs services and other highly sensitive systems.
DevOps engineers must handle secrets with care. In this series, we summarize best practices for leveraging secrets with your everyday tools.
The GitGuardian team is still striving to provide the broadest secrets detection engine, helping you find and fix all sorts of hardcoded secrets! Learn more about the specific and generic detectors our team has released in 2022 in this post.
When protecting your SDLC, you must choose. But choose wisely. For as the True Grail will bring you life. The False Grail will take it from you.
Kubernetes uses secret objects, called Secrets, to store OAuth tokens, secure shell (SSH) keys, passwords, and other secret data. Kubernetes Secrets allow us to keep confidential data separate from our application code by creating it separately from pods. This segregation, along with well-formed role-based access control (RBAC) configuration, reduces the chances of the Secret being exposed — and potentially exploited — when interacting with pods, thereby increasing security.