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Invite a colleague to Uleska

Once you've got all your vulnerabilities in one place, giving access to the rest of your team means you're no longer having to copy and paste...

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Viewing Previous Toolkit Tests

Uleska runs the security toolkit every time it is asked to through the API or through Uleska. You can have more than one Report for the specific...

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How does it work?

The Uleska platform takes various security tasks that need to be applied before, during, and after security testing within the CI/CD pipeline and...

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Set up Testing for a Static Application

In Applications from the left menu bar, click Add new application Enter Application Name Enter Description Choose Team Enter an estimate Number of...

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Adding an Application

An application is a grouping of test pipelines that apply to the project/application that you are running. Applications can contain multiple versions...

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Adding a Version to Your Application

Uleska allows you to create multiple versions or pipelines inside an application, and have them grouped in the same project. They are applied to a...

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Add Test Toolkit

Adding test tools to your security pipeline will allow them to run in your application. The test tools available are a combination of Open Source,...

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Configuring Test Tools

After choosing the tools, you will need to configure the parameters of how the test tools are going to execute.

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Configuring a Connection

There are 2 main ways Uleska interacts with security test tools: 1. Starts test tools inside containers with Kubernetes infrastructure, and runs them...

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Running a Toolkit

When you have your test toolkit set up and configured for the pipeline you wish to check for, you can then kick off your test tools to assess...

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