We're excited to share the newest addition to our GitHub Bug Bounty Program!
It turns out that the first “all Google” phone includes a non-Google bug. Learn about the details of CVE-2022-38181, a vulnerability in the Arm Mali GPU. Join me on my journey through reporting the vulnerability to the Android security team, and the exploit that used this vulnerability to gain arbitrary kernel code execution and root on a Pixel 6 from an Android app.
GitHub now tells you whether GitHub tokens found by secret scanning are active so you can prioritize and escalate remediation efforts.
Default settings will allow developers with write and maintain access to see and resolve Dependabot alerts.
Git users are encouraged to upgrade to the latest version, especially if they use `git archive`, work in untrusted repositories, or use Git GUI on Windows.
Dependabot is getting a little smarter—and, a little quieter—by reducing bot-based noise from repositories based on your interaction with Dependabot.
Now, you can standardize and enforce CI/CD best practices across all repositories in your organization to reduce duplication and secure your DevOps processes.
Default setup is a new way to automatically set up code scanning on your repository, without the use of a .yaml file.
Learn about the design behind, and solutions to, several of GitHub’s CTF challenge for Ekoparty’s 2022 event!
Our engineering and security teams do some incredible work. Let’s take a look at how we use GitHub to be more productive, build collaboratively, and shift security left.
GitHub now allows you to track any leaked secrets in your public repository, for free. With secret scanning alerts, you can track and action on leaked secrets directly within GitHub.
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.
AppSec expert Niroshan Rajadurai says putting developers at the center of everything will enable you to meet your security goals.