We’re excited to announce the V4 release of the OpenSSF’s Scorecard project in partnership with Google.
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My colleague Stormy Peters and I are proud to represent GitHub at the White House’s Open Source Software Security Summit to share how securing open source begins by empowering developers.
The GitHub Security Lab’s CodeQL bounty program fuels GitHub Advanced Security with queries written by the open source community.
In this post, I’ll discuss how to apply OWASP Proactive Control C2: Leverage security frameworks and libraries.
Use GitHub’s security features to assess Apache Log4j exposure and, where possible, mitigate this vulnerability within your GitHub repositories.
Defining your security requirements is the most important proactive control you can implement for your project. Here’s how.
On Thursday, December 9, 2021, GitHub was made aware of a vulnerability in the Log4j logging framework, CVE-2021-44228.
Enrolling all npm publishers in enhanced login verification and next steps for two-factor authentication enforcement
Today we’re introducing enhanced login verification to the npm registry, and we will begin a staged rollout to maintainers beginning Dec 7.
This lesser-known OWASP project aims to help developers prevent vulnerabilities from being introduced in the first place.
GitHub has partnered with the OpenSSF and Project Sigstore to add container image signing to our default “Publish Docker Container” workflow.