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The GitHub Enterprise Server 3.3 release candidate brings some much anticipated improvements to CI/CD and security. This latest release sees the introduction of a new role, a new webhook for GitHub Actions, and a bright edge to dark mode. CodeQL, part of GitHub Advanced Security, continues to expand support for more libraries and frameworks. CodeQL can now detect even more potential sources of untrusted user data, steps through which that data flows, and potentially dangerous sinks where the data could end up.
Remember, release candidates are a way for you to try the latest features at the earliest time, and they help us gather feedback early to ensure the release works in your environment. They should be tested on non-production environments.
In the last release of GitHub Enterprise Server, we introduced the much-awaited dark and dimmed themes, and we continue to work on providing options to help you treat your eyes with kindness while keeping them on the task at hand–introducing
high contrast dark theme!
For more information on changing your theme, see “Managing your theme settings.”
Sometimes, we need each job to be run on a new, clean environment. Managing the cycling, registration, and de-registration of runners and automatically scaling runners is now easier with support for ephemeral (single job) runners and a new
Security is a cross-cutting concern, and professionals responsible for keeping organizations safe need the right access applied consistently and easily across organizations and repositories. The new
security manager role addresses these needs allowing the specified teams’ members to manage security alerts and settings across your organization, as well as read permission for all repositories in the organization.
For more information, see “Managing security managers in your organization.”
The security conscious will also welcome the addition of the option to set an expiration date for personal access tokens, new and existing. User renewals will be requested by email and can easily be regenerated with the same properties as the original. When using a personal access token with the GitHub API, a new
GitHub-Authentication-Token-Expiration header is included in the response, which indicates the token’s expiration date. For more information, see “Creating a personal access token” or check out the release notes for other security related changes
Release candidates should be installed on non-production environments. GitHub Support is here to help with any problems, and hear your feedback.
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