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Security overview's team filter now includes repositories with write privileges
Code security enablement settings on the list organization repositories REST API
With just one click, admins in GitHub Advanced Security organizations can protect their custom patterns on push.
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. Learn more about our approach, when we’ll begin our rollout, and what you can expect as we begin requiring 2FA.
Improvements to GitHub Advanced Security billing pages
Organization-level security risk and coverage pages replace overview page
Incremental improvements on security advisory form
Dependabot now supports security updates for Dart and Flutter apps that use Pub packages
Dependabot security updates now supports GitHub Actions
Feature enablement from the organization-level security coverage page
Risk and coverage views on the Security tab for organizations (public beta)
We think a lot about a high-profile supply chain attack that might cause developers, teams, and organizations to lose trust in open source. That’s why we’re investing in new ways to protect the open source ecosystem.
Security policy highlighted on repository overview
Yellow security vulnerability repository banner is being removed
As we wrap up Cybersecurity Awareness Month, the GitHub bug bounty team is excited to spotlight one of the security researchers who participates in the GitHub Security Bug Bounty Program.
The GitHub Security Lab provided office hours for open source projects looking to improve their security posture and reduce the risk of breach. Here’s what we learned and how you can also participate.
Dependabot can now generate security and version updates for Yarn v2 and v3