Eliminate secrets in code

Every source file in your repo is an artifact and your file history can reveal every little mistake, shortcut and – of course -secret used during development. 

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Cloud Growth
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Deploying a Secrets Management tool is great, as long as you can ensure every team member actually uses it.

Check for secrets throughout SDLC

Any single scan for secrets in code is usually not enough. Fast moving dev teams incorporate a series of checks into their software supply chain to ensure risks are identified and mitigated before they can be exploited.
Deep scan of commit history
Scan every commit of every repo to identify more than 100 different types of secrets in code, including tokens, keys, IDs, credentials and passwords.
Catch secrets before committing to your local history
Avoid making mistakes locally by using the BluBracket CLI to perform a pre-commit scan for secrets.

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Ensure no git push ever contains a secret
Automatically scan changes in every pull request to ensure sensitive data never reaches cloud repositories.
Speed up deployments safely

Set up post-merge build validations as part of your CI/CD process to ensure no deployment contain secrets in code.

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