You can generate test vulnerabilities for the Vulnerability Report to test GitLab vulnerability management features without running a pipeline.
- Log in to GitLab.
- Go to
/-/profile/personal_access_tokensand generate a personal access token with
- Go to your project page and find the project ID. You can find the project ID below the project title.
- Clone the GitLab repository to your local machine.
- Open a terminal and go to
- Run the following command:
GITLAB_QA_ACCESS_TOKEN=<your_personal_access_token> GITLAB_URL="<address:port>" bundle exec rake vulnerabilities:setup\[<your_project_id>,<vulnerability_count>\] --trace
Make sure you do the following:
<your_personal_access_token>with the token you generated in step one.
- Double check the
GITLAB_URL. It should point to address and port of your GitLab instance, for example
http://localhost:3000if you are running GDK
<your_project_id>with the ID you obtained in step three above.
<vulnerability_count>with the number of vulnerabilities you’d like to generate.
The script creates the specified number of placeholder vulnerabilities in the project.