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Getting Started

The Bright CLI offers a wide range of capabilities that can be combined to suit your specific needs and purposes. This guide is designed to make your work with Bright CLI more efficient and task-oriented. Simply select the purpose (use case) that is relevant to you most to get the instructions for this particular case.



If you use a pre-released version of Bright CLI, use nexploit-cli instead of bright-cli, mentioned in the docs.

What are you trying to achieve?

Security scanning as self-service
It’s my first time using a DAST tool. I just want to set up a simple scan to try it out.
I’m a developer from a small development team, and we want to scan our products (APIs, web applications) for security vulnerabilities from time to time (self-service).

Scanning at the enterprise level
I want to scan local targets inside my company’s internal network without exposing the targets externally.

Scanning as part of CI pipeline
I want to integrate security scanning in to my company’s CI pipeline so that scans will run automatically with every new build.