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Scan a Github/Gitlab
- You must have a valid Github/Gitlab/Azure account
Sign in with Github or Gitlab (or integrate them from the integration page if you are signing up by email or with any other IDP)
Step 2: Scan Repositories
If you are logged in with a GitHub/Gitlab account or integrate the accounts, it will redirect you to the Github/Gitlab Scan Page where you will see all of your repositories (both public and private). You can select any repository (or multiple) and run the scans.
You can scan any public Github or Gitlab repository using the input form (check below). Scan your public GitLab repositories in the marked option
- Organization Name
- Account email address
- 1.Enterprise Token:
Clicking on the enterprise user will get an enterprise link. If the user doesn't have a GitHub enterprise, the user can easily open an enterprise account from the link below. https://github.com/enterprise
2. Access token
After creating an access token, the user must copy and paste it into the enterprise access token field.
Once your account is ready for integration, you will see the options to provide details as below:
- 1.Enterprise Link
- 2.Enterprise Access Token of Github and Gitlab
- 1.Enterprise link :
Clicking on the enterprise user will get an enterprise link. If the user doesn't have any Gitlab enterprise, the user can easily open an enterprise account from the link below. https://github.com/enterprise
2. Access token:
To integrate Gitlab enterprise users need access tokens. To find access token user need to go from profile dropdown Preference > Access token
Once you provide the required information, click configure.