See how to manage your repositories.

Manage your repositories

  1. Click on Repository Settings in the left side menu

  2. Go to the Repositories tab

In this view, you will find all of your connected repositories along with the details:

  • Name - the name of the repository

  • Automations - the automation rules that are triggered anytime you push code, enabling you to prevent risks from entering your codebase and automate notifications and warnings

  • Use case - the use case assigned to your repository, enabling you to get accurate license risk metrics

  • Repository ID - the id of your repository

  • Integrations - how this repository was integrated

  • GitHub App scanning - if you have the Debricked GitHub App installed and the repository is tracked, you can enable/disable scanning through it here. This is useful e.g. if you want to create pull requests, but have Debricked scanning set up in another CI system

  • Include hardware dependencies - if you enable this function, Debricked will scan for vulnerabilities related to hardware components, such as Spectre and Meltdown

Delete a repository

If you decide you no longer want to see data from a specific repository you might want to delete it from the list to clean up your data. To do so, simply click the trashcan icon in the far right column.

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