Integrating Syhunt with Issue Trackers

The information in this document applies to version 6.5 of Syhunt Hybrid.

Configuring an issue tracker is an easy task and vulnerabilities can be submitted to a specific project with the click of a button.

Integrating with GitHub Issues

Firstly, you have to add a GitHub tracker:

  1. Click the Issue Trackers icon in the launcher toolbar. The Issue Trackers screen will open.
  2. Click the Add Tracker icon in the Issue Trackers screen toolbar and choose the Add tracker: Github menu option.
  3. Enter a reference name for the new tracker (like MyProjectName) and hit OK.
  4. Right-click the item in the list and then click the Edit Tracker Preferences menu option. A preferences dialog window will open.
  5. Enter the GitHub project name. Format must be owner/repo.
  6. Enter your GitHub credentials (username and password) and click the OK button.

The tracker is ready! Right click the item you just edited in the list and click the Submit Test Issue option. If you configured everything properly, a test issue item should be created at https://github.com/[owner]/[repo]/issues. If not, you will see an error message giving a hint of what needs to be done.

Integrating with JIRA Issues

Firstly, you have to add a JIRA tracker:

  1. Click the Issue Trackers icon in the launcher toolbar. The Issue Trackers screen will open.
  2. Click the Add Tracker icon in the Issue Trackers screen toolbar and choose the Add tracker: JIRA menu option.
  3. Enter a reference name for the new tracker (like MyProjectName) and hit OK.
  4. Right-click the item in the list and then click the Edit Tracker Preferences menu option. A preferences dialog window will open.
  5. Enter a valid JIRA project name.
  6. Enter the JIRA Server URL, eg: http://[IP]:8080/
  7. Enter a valid issue type name if you don't want to use the default name
  8. Enter your JIRA credentials (username and password) and click the OK button.

The tracker is ready! Right click the item you just edited in the list and click the Submit Test Issue option. If you configured everything properly, a test issue item should be created at your JIRA project page. If not, you will see an error message giving a hint of what needs to be done.

Submitting Vulnerabilities To a Tracker

  1. After you finish a scan, click -> View Vulnerabilities from the toolbar. Alternatively, you can click -> Past Sessions. Right click the last session in the session list and click the View Vulnerabilities menu option. The Session Details tab will open.
  2. Check a single or multiple vulnerabilities, click the Send To button (as shown in the image below) and then select the tracker you want the vulnerabilities to be sent to.

For additional product documentation, visit syhunt.com/docs