gomrok is a security advisor for files/folders which are served!
gomrok basically analyzes your files and folders and gives you security advices.
Generally, any content which is going to be served must be checked for some security vulnerabilities. For example, any files starting with
.git folder) should be removed on production and should not be served. This is basically what
gomrok does behind the scene and reports it back to you!
Best practice is to put it on your CI and use it to scan your folder which is going to be served. If there are any vulnerabilities found on your content,
gomrok will report it to you and the job will be failed.
gomrok does three security checks:
- Checks for SensitiveFileExposure; e.g
- Checks for SensitiveDataExposure; e.g JWT tokens in the files
- Checks for SourceMapLeaks for front-end apps
$ npm i -g gomrok
$ gomrok -p ./path/to/be/served