StackHawk CLI integration
Integrating Buddy with Stackhawk CLI allows developers to incorporate security testing into their workflow. With the StackHawk CLI, you can perform various security-related tasks, such as scanning your web applications for vulnerabilities and interpreting the scan results.
A sample pipeline can consist solely of the StackHawk CLI action with commands that perform the required security checks:
In case an issue is detected, adding the Slack action to the On failure scenario will ensure that your team gets notified and can take action:
Navigate to the Integrations tab in Buddy and click New integration.
Look up and click Stackhawk CLI:
StackHawk integration selection
- A configuration window will show up:
StackHawk CLI integration configuration
Here you need to provide:
- Integration name, e.g.
My StackHawk integration
- Sharing and workspace availability options
- Application key
- Once done, click New integration to finish configuration.
In your StackHawk account, head to Settings → API Keys and click Create New Api Key:
Creating API key in StackHawk
Once the pop-up appears, enter the name for the integration in StackHawk. Click Continue and copy the created key:
Configuring API key details
Last modified on January 10, 2024