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The Rust community can now discover, report, and prevent security vulnerabilities.
Learn how you can securely manage users with the latest ships for GitHub Enterprise.
npm's impact analysis of the attack campaign using stolen OAuth tokens and additional findings.
It was another record year for our Security Bug Bounty program. We're excited to highlight some achievements we’ve made together with the bounty community from 2021!
We're taking a look at some of the most common security vulnerabilities and detailing how developers can best protect themselves.
GitHub will require all users who contribute code on GitHub.com to enable one or more forms of two-factor authentication (2FA) by the end of 2023.
Introducing CodeQL packs to help you codify and share your knowledge of vulnerabilities.
On April 12, GitHub Security began an investigation that uncovered evidence that an attacker abused stolen OAuth user tokens issued to two third-party OAuth integrators, Heroku and Travis-CI, to download data from dozens of organizations, including npm. Read on to learn more about the impact to GitHub, npm, and our users.
Security Overview for organizations is generally available
Organizations with GitHub Advanced Security can now proactively protect against secret leaks with secret scanning’s new push protection feature.
If there's one habit that can make software more secure, it's probably input validation. Here's how to apply OWASP Proactive Control C5 (Validate All Inputs) to your code.
Secret scanning Advanced Security customers can now view alerts on their public repositories
Code scanning detects more security issues, supports new language versions
A behind-the-scenes peek into the machine learning framework powering new code scanning security alerts.
Starting today, we are rolling out mandatory 2FA to all maintainers of top-100 npm packages by dependents.
We’re excited to announce the V4 release of the OpenSSF’s Scorecard project in partnership with Google.
My colleague Stormy Peters and I are proud to represent GitHub at the White House’s Open Source Software Security Summit.