GitHub Enterprise Server 3.2 is available today as a release candidate. With this release, we’re shipping over 70 new features and changes to improve the developer experience and deliver new security capabilities for our customers.
How GitHub uses code scanning to increase developer happiness, and how you can too.
We’re changing which keys are supported in SSH and removing unencrypted Git protocol. Only users connecting via SSH or git:// will be affected. If your Git remotes start with https://, nothing in this post will affect you. If you’re an SSH user, read on for the details and timeline.
Beginning October 4, 2021, all connections to npm websites and the npm registry, including for package installation, must use TLS 1.2 or higher.
Today, we’re launching a technical preview of GitHub Copilot, a new AI pair programmer that helps you write better code.