- Documentation: https://cloud.google.com/docs/authentication/api-keys
- Summary: Google API key is used to authenticate requests to any Google API (such as Maps for instance). Although these API keys don't give access to personal or sensitive data, exposing them can result in quota theft and unauthorized usage.
- IPs allowlist: Some limitations can be added to each API key. See documentation for more details.
- Scopes: Scopes can be finely configured for each API key. See documentation for more details.
Existing keys can be managed from the console.
API key usage in the past 30 days can be monitored from the Google console.
High recall: True
Validity check available: True
On-premise instances exist: False
Only valid secrets raise an alert: False
Minimum number of matches: 1
Occurrences found for one million commits: 1176.9
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- text: > key = AIzaSy0c3965368a6b10f7640dbda46abfdca98 apikey: AIzaSy0c3965368a6b10f7640dbda46abfdca98 - text: > googleMapsKey = AIzaSy0c3965368a6b10f7640dbda46abfdca98 request(coords, googleMapsKey) # some really interesting stuff about code and stuff and code firebaseConfig apikey: AIzaSy0c3965368a6b10f7640dbda46abfdca98