GitHub is excited to announce the release of CodeQL queries that implement the standards CERT C++ and AUTOSAR C++. These queries can aid developers looking to demonstrate ISO 26262 Part 6 process compliance.
Expand the completeness of your dependency graph by using the dependency submission API, which will create more comprehensive alerts on supply chain vulnerabilities
In this post I’ll exploit CVE-2022-22057, a use-after-free in the Qualcomm gpu kernel driver, to gain root and disable SELinux from the untrusted app sandbox on a Samsung Z flip 3. I’ll look at various mitigations that are implemented on modern Android devices and how they affect the exploit.
To combat the prevalence of malware in the open source ecosystem, GitHub now publishes malware occurrences in the GitHub Advisory Database. These advisories power Dependabot alerts and remain forever free and usable by the community.
How can you robustly assert and identify a user’s identity?
We're excited to announce that we're open sourcing our Identity and Access Management solution: Entitlements.
A personal story about building the feature you want and sharing it with the world.
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.
Several ways for GitHub-hosted Actions runners to connect to resources on your private network.
GitHub Enterprise Server 3.5 is available now, including access to the Container registry, the addition of Dependabot, enhanced administrator capabilities, and features for GitHub Advanced Security.
npm's impact analysis of the attack campaign using stolen OAuth tokens and additional findings.
A two-part story about how GitHub’s Product Security Engineering team rolled out Dependabot internally to track vulnerable dependencies, and how GitHub tracks and prioritizes technical debt.
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!
GitHub’s Information Security Management System (ISMS) has been certified against ISO 27001:2013, an internationally recognized standard for security program best practices.