Credentials

When viewing saved credentials, you can use the keywords in this section to search and filter.

Credential fields

Credential ID

The ID field is the unique identifier for a given credential, written as a UUID. This field is searched using the syntax id:<uuid>.

id:cdb084f9-4811-445c-8ea1-3ea9cf88d536

Credential name

The credential name can be searched using the syntax name:<text>.

name:"AWS read-only account"
name:"Miradore API key"

Credential type

The credential type can be searched using the syntax name:<text>.

type:aws_access_secret
type:miradore_api_key_v1

Credential global property

The global property describes the level of access for all organizations. If a credential is global, all organizations have access to it. The global property can be searched using the syntax global:<boolean>.

The term is a boolean value:

  • true, t, 1, and yes represent true
  • false, f, 0, and no represent false
global:true
global:0

Credential timestamps

Credential timestamp fields (created_at and last_used_at) can be searched using the syntax:

  • created_at:<term>
  • last_used_at:<term>

The term supports the standard runZero [time comparison syntax][time].

created_at:<3days
created_at:>2019-08-01
created_at:>8/1/2019
created_at:<1week
created_at:<2months
last_used_at:<1year
last_used_at:>2weeks
last_used_at:<30minutes
last_used_at:>1year
last_used_at:<12hours
last_used_at:0

Credential created by

The created_by_email holds the email address for the user that created the credential. It can be searched using the syntax created_by_email:<term>.

created_by_email:user@example.com