In addition, in the repository, you can find popular dorks, as well as a brief installation help and simple commands. The utility finds results for you for queries that are in the root file.
Allows you to search for keywords and payloads. As a result, you can get a database with queries and found keywords.
This utility allows you to find vulnerabilities and credits (login data — username and password) in a specific repository. If you have a website and it has an unloaded project, you can run this utility for known vulnerabilities and weaknesses.
You need to closely monitor the developers. They leave a lot of “bread” for attackers. These can be passwords, configs, different API keys, command histories, etc. Depending on what you need, you can always find it.
Open-source, cloud-based code repositories like GitHub are essentials for developers and software engineers to deploy their code more effectively. But such public platforms are goldmines for hackers and cyber criminals to get hold of sensitive code, access keys, and technical information.
One way to avoid data exposure is to beat the hackers into their own game.
Use a threat surface monitoring tool to scan cross code repositories, pastes sites, and forums and detect the exposed or publicly available data. With a threat surface monitoring tool, you can get the deepest visibility into your data leaks, uncover the risk, and take agile actions.