Protect Source Code
  • 26 Mar 2021
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Using SecureCircle to Secure Source Code

SecureCircle can be configured with “Git for Windows” and most commonly found IDE’s including (but not limited to) Visual Studio/Code, Eclipse, IntelliJ..etc.

  1. “Git” and IDE related processes can be configured as a Secure Process, as such--
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  1. Once the Secure Process has been configured, when a user attempts to connect to a repository using “git clone..etc”, the specified extensions will get automatically protected in the designated Circle.

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