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Configure WhiteSource Bolt for GitHub #177

merged 2 commits into from Sep 5, 2019

Configure WhiteSource Bolt for GitHub #177

merged 2 commits into from Sep 5, 2019


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@whitesource-bolt-for-github whitesource-bolt-for-github bot commented Sep 5, 2019

Welcome to WhiteSource Bolt for GitHub! This is an onboarding PR to help you understand and configure settings before WhiteSource starts scanning your repository for security vulnerabilities.

🚦 WhiteSource Bolt for GitHub will start scanning your repository only once you merge this Pull Request. To disable WhiteSource Bolt for GitHub, simply close this Pull Request.

What to Expect

This PR contains a '.whitesource' configuration file which can be customized to your needs. If no changes were applied to this file, WhiteSource Bolt for GitHub will use the default configuration.

Before merging this PR, Make sure the Issues tab is enabled. Once you merge this PR, WhiteSource Bolt for GitHub will scan your repository and create a GitHub Issue for every vulnerability detected in your repository.

If you do not want a GitHub Issue to be created for each detected vulnerability, you can edit the '.whitesource' file and set the 'minSeverityLevel' parameter to 'NONE'.

Got questions? Check out WhiteSource Bolt for GitHub docs.
If you need any further assistance then you can also request help here.

@0x7c13 0x7c13 merged commit ee55d57 into master Sep 5, 2019
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