On the heels of recent research that indicates rampant secret leaks in public repositories, GitLab has included a new check feature in its 11.9 release. The new check, secret detection, scans repository contents for API keys and other data that should be treated as secret by the user.
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|GitLab System Hooks||The GitLab System Hooks API allows clients to configure hooks that follow the same structure from the Webhooks API for Push and Tag events that never display commits. It provides a way to perform...||DevOps||Streaming v4.0|
|GitLab Webhooks||The GitLab Webhooks API allows clients to configure webhooks that will listen for specific events like pushes, issues or merge requests etc. It provides a way to trigger a URL if a new event is...||DevOps||Streaming v0.0|
|GitLab GraphQL||GitLab GraphQL API allows clients to request data from GitLab, with a limited number of requests, and to use client side GraphQL libraries to consume the API to avoid manual parsing. The GitLab API...||Developers||RPC v4.0|
|GitLab||The GitLab REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of GitLab with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include retrieving and...||Developers||REST v0.0|
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We've added 6 APIs to the directory today in Jobs, Customer Service, and Notifications categories, among others. Also new are several SDKs for use with the GitLab API.
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