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Once the action is integrated with your repo, it will trigger scans on events such as push and pull requests. The results can be seen in the following interfaces: 1) GitHub PRs 2) CI logs
lstnwill scan your project's dependencies and generate an automated comment on your pull request. This a top-level summary of the behaviours detected in the scan. For example:
lstn PR comment
For pull request events, scan results will appear in both a PR comment (similar to the one above) as well as the CI logs. For push events, scan results will only be viewable in the logs.
Expanding on the issues gives you a detailed view of the activities detected. This includes information such as:
- Package info: name, version and nature of dependence (direct or transitive)
- Priority: low, medium or critical
- description of activity (e.g.
npm installed a process)
- metadata (including execution trace, origin etc.)
- Additional context to help you understand the activity better (e.g. if its a known behavior), why it exists, and how its relevant to you
- Action or recommendation
Below is an example of a critical detection in expanded view:
Results of scans in CI can also be viewed in GitHub workflow logs. In the example below, expanding on the workflow step labelled "Display lstn scan results" shows a summary in table form.
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