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Viewing Audited Events

To help administrators keep track of various events, Security for Bitbucket (version 3.20.0 and later) places certain entries in Bitbucket’s Audit Log.

Accessing the Audit Log

From the Administration panel, choose Audit Log:

This brings up the “Advanced audit log” page:

From here, click on the + More button. A new Categories drop-down will appear. From that, select “Soteri Security for Bitbucket”:

and then click on the Apply button. The events can then be seen:

Clicking on a given event’s arrow will expand the event, revealing more details:

Viewing audited events via a REST call

Events which affect a particular repository may be viewed via a REST call like this:

curl -u admin https://{bitbucket.server}/rest/audit/latest/projects/{projectKey}/repos/{repoSlug}/events


  • admin is your Bitbucket admin user (you’ll be prompted for a password),

  • bitbucket.server is the URL of your Bitbucket server,

  • projectKey is the project containing the repository, and

  • repoSlug is the repository slug whose events we want to fetch.

Audited Events

The following events are currently recorded in the Audit Log:

  • Changes in the Global Hook status or mode

  • Built-in rule toggles

  • Custom rule creation, deletion, changes, or toggles

  • Findings being marked or unmarked as reviewed

  • Per-repository settings toggles

  • Individual or group access changes to the Global Settings

  • Changes to soteri-security.yml on the default branch of a repository

  • Skipping the Soteri security hook by way of the specialized commit message **skip-soteri-security-check**

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