Using the Dashboard
All Radar scan results are available in our dashboard UI.

Accessing the Dashboard

You can access the Radar dashboard here:
Log in or create an account by clicking "Log in with GitHub".
The dashboard also gives you additional functionality like the ability to create Workflows, export results, configure a webhook URL, and much more. This functionality includes:
  • Workflows is your hub for bulk and automated repository scanning.
  • API Docs provides all the information you need to interact programmatically with the Radar API.
  • Settings is where you will find your account information, including your API key, and where you can manage notification and organization preferences. Learn more here.
  • Org/My Scans: In the upper-righthand corner you can find counts of the number of scans run by both your organization and by your individual user account.
  • GitHub Repo URL: Scans can be initiated on a single repository by entering its URL here. You can read more about initiating single repository scans here.
  • Scan All by Workflow: Scans can be initiated at the organization level by Workflow. You can read more about initiating organization scans here.

Viewing Your Scans

The bulk of your dashboard page is dedicated to reflecting your scan history.
Each item reflects the time and date the scan was performed, the URL of the GitHub repository, the current status of that scan, and the number of sensitive findings detected.
Scans are ordered chronologically, by default, with the most recent scans first. You may also filter out scans with no results, or order the scans by number of results by interacting with the options in the upper right of the Scans section. To return to the original chronological view, you must select the Reset button on the righthand side.
Scans are also denoted by the method in which they were run. Scans that were run by a workflow will have a 'play' symbol next to the 'Completed' status, while individual scans will have a 'person' symbol, as seen below:
Clicking the 'Info' button for any scan will display its unique Scan ID. If the scan was part of a Workflow, the Workflow and Run ID will also be included.
Now that you've familiarized yourself with the Radar dashboard, you're ready to kick off your first scan. As a reminder, you have the option to scan based on individual repository URLs, or by your entire organization's repositories via Workflows.