Nosey Parker, a new scanner for hardcoded secrets in Git history and textual data, written in Rust, can scan 100GB of Linux kernel history in 5 minutes on a laptop

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  • hyperscan

    High-performance regular expression matching library

  • If it's still using Hyperscan, then yes. The Hyperscan project is maintained by Intel and has no plans to support anything other than x86: https://github.com/intel/hyperscan/issues/197

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  • noseyparker

    Nosey Parker is a command-line program that finds secrets and sensitive information in textual data and Git history.

  • noseyparker

    Nosey Parker is a command-line program that finds secrets and sensitive information in textual data. (by Byron)

  • So I plugged in gitoxide in the simplest possible way (see the PR in my fork for now) and without doing anything special, it's 3.2 times faster.

  • vectorscan

    A portable fork of the high-performance regular expression matching library

  • It seems like Intel decided not to accept the PRs to support ARM, and so the entire project was forked: https://github.com/VectorCamp/vectorscan

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