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We have a CLI tool that can be installed with pip and a Github Application to connect with your CI process. Additionally, we can also be launched on Gitlab, with Jenkins or Github Actions. Of course, our Web interface is also a key component at to better visualize your results.

Install Satori CLI

Three steps:

  1. Execute in your command line terminal:
pip3 install satori-ci

PiPY install

  1. With Satori CLI installed, now we need to get a Satori Token to use it:
  • Log in the Satori website using Github credentials:
  • On the Satori website go to Settings->Teams
  • Copy your API Token
  1. Replace the string YOUR_TOKEN with your clipboard on the next command:
satori config token YOUR_TOKEN

Satori CLI Config Token

Install Satori CI Github App

Each time you push code to your Github repository, there's a risk that it could affect the security of your project. Furthermore, should your data ever be compromised, it's crucial to minimize the exposure of sensitive information. Two primary areas of concern are:

  • Secrets on your code
  • Vulnerable code from yourself or third parties

Automatically test your GitHub repositories by installing our App:

1) Satori CI for Github

Satori CI Github Install

Be mindful that you need to be authenticated to configure it.

2) Click on Configure

Install Satori CI on your account

Select on which accounts you will be setting it up.

3) Select the repositories where you will be installing it or select all repositories

Select your Github repositories where you will use Satori

Once you are done, click on Save. We care about your security, so we will only store your email, your repositories names, and the reports. Your code only lives within the virtual machines that are present during the execution.

4) Create your first .satori.yml file

Within the repositories that you will connect, you want to create a file named .satori.yml. This file will contain the tests that you will executing on every push. Let's keep it simple, and start checking for secrets with Trufflehog:

  name: CI Tests for every push of my Repo

# run `satori playbooks --public` to get a list of public playbooks to import and use on your project
- "satori://code/trufflehog.yml"

# include below additional tests as required for your project

Here is an example of a project that imports a playbook, compiles the project and runs it to confirm an expected output:

git clone
cd Hello_C_World
cat .satori.yml
satori run ./ --output

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