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Getting Started with DefectDojo OWASP Edition
Downloading and installing DefectDojo
git clone https://github.com/DefectDojo/django-DefectDojo
This command uses `git` to clone the django-DefectDojo repository hosted on GitHub. After executing this command, you'll have a directory named `django-DefectDojo` in your current location containing the code of the project.
This command moves you into the `django-DefectDojo` directory that was just cloned in the previous step. This directory contains the source code and other related files of the `django-DefectDojo` project.
Now it is time to build the DefectDojo application for running in a Docker environment.
Next is the command for running the application
For other profiles besides postgres-redis look at Github Docs.
To get the admin credentials, run the following fetch command (this may take up to 3 mins to complete).
docker-compose logs initializer | grep "Admin password:"
The Inner Dojo
DefectDojo is more than just a codebase – it is a living testament to the passion, expertise, and commitment of a thriving open-source community. Behind every line of code, every enhancement, and every fix, there lies the hard work and dedication of maintainers, moderators, and contributors.