New Features and Enhancements
Access Risk Categories now links to appropriate alerts in the repo details page.
Enhanced Code Server onboarding for Bitbucket and GitLab.
Updated Infrastructure Code Alerts and Events to be more descriptive.
Added breadcrumbs to repository details page in portal.
Updated support for global Ignore.yaml. If you place a folder labeled “.blubracket” into a repository, then create a file called ignore.yaml in the .blubracket folder (see example below), you are able to ignore all of a certain type of secret from being detected as an alert within the BluBracket portal.
ignore.yaml example below will ignore all secrets values for the type aws_secret_key
# ignores any secret types below
# secret_type == password_assignment OR secret_type == secret_assignment
The ignore.yaml file can also be configured to ignore paths, or secret types.
Contact support for more information on the global ignore feature
Free Trial Edition
The Enterprise Edition features and bug fixes listed in these release notes also apply to the Free Trial Edition.
Improved Repo selection page when onboarding a new Code Server
Fix page count from erroring out when applying filters
Note that BluBracket is not currently able to identify and alert on secrets in languages that do not use traditional assignment operators (Lisp, Scheme and Clojure for example).
GitHub Payload Cap
GitHub payloads are capped at 25 MB. If your event generates a larger payload, a webhook will not be fired which means that BluBracket will not be able to identify the event. This may happen, for example, on a create event if many branches or tags are pushed at once. We suggest monitoring your payload size to ensure delivery. Please refer to the following GitHub document: https://developer.github.com/webhooks/#payloads.