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GitGot uses blacklisting through user-provided string constants (user names, repo names, and file names) and fuzzy matching against similar file contents.
During search sessions, users will provide feedback to GitGot about search results to ignore, and GitGot prunes the set of results. Users can blacklist files by filename, repository name, username, or a fuzzy match of the file contents.
Blacklists generated from previous sessions can be saved and reused against similar queries (e.g.,
Example Org). Sessions can also be paused and resumed at any time.
Jake Miller (OSCE, OSCP) is a Bishop Fox alumnus and former lead researcher. While at Bishop Fox, Jake was responsible for overseeing firm-wide research initiatives. He also produced award-winning research in addition to several popular hacking tools like RMIScout and GitGot.