GitHub Integration

Keep your development team in the loop by creating GitHub issues for any new security weaknesses

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Written by Patrick Craston
Updated over a week ago

With our GitHub integration, you can automatically (or manually) send any issues found by Intruder to a GitHub repository for your security or engineering teams to resolve.

Please note Issues can only be pushed to Private GitHub repositories.

Connect to GitHub

  1. To connect Intruder to your account, head to the Integrations Page in the Intruder portal and press the green Add button on the GitHub tab.

2. Click the 'Go to GitHub' button and once logged into GitHub, press the green 'Install' button and follow the instructions to set up the integration:


3. Once you're sent back to the Intruder portal, select a repository to create issues in.

4. Click the "Test integration" button, and you should see an issue appear in your selected repository! πŸŽ‰

Manually export issues to GitHub

To manually export an issue to GitHub, go to the Issues page and simply click the GitHub icon.

Automatically create Github issues

Head to Settings > Integrations > GitHub and check the checkbox next to "Automatically create issues for Low/Medium/High/Critical severity threats and above". You can also choose the severity filter for the issues you want to export to GitLab.


If you have any problems, ensure that issues are enabled in your selected GitHub repository. See the GitHub documentation for instructions.

Note: The GitHub integration is available for users on Pro, Premium and Vanguard plans.

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