The quickest way to get up and running with having your Web application under test is to:
cloudaccount (We manage everything in the cloud for you)
Purpleteam CLI can be run manually, driven from your CI, or other builds, to continuously inform you of security regressions in the Web applications that you are developing. This way you can easily find and fix your defects as they are being introduced.
These are the commands run by a Build User:
This will run purpleteam and display the top level help.
Will do what you think, show help.
Will let you know if the back-end (whether purpleteam is running as
cloud) is ready to take orders.
Standard test run. Will immediately start the testing.
test, but only runs to create test plan and provide back to the Build User. The test plan will show you what is going to be tested before you actually run
test. You can think of it as a
purpleteam test --dry-run.
If you decide to clone rather than install from NPM, from within the packages root directory, you can run the above commands like:
npm start instead of
npm start -- -h instead of
npm start -- test instead of
npm start -- testplan instead of