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GitHub Enterprise Server 3.6 is now generally available

GitHub Enterprise Server 3.6 is now generally available. With a host of improvements for developers, security and administration teams, this update makes developing secure software easier for everyone.
It brings more than 60 new features, including:

  • GitHub Discussions: a dedicated home for developing ideas
  • Repository cache (#462): serve global CI farms with dedicated servers, without slowing down developers
  • Audit log streaming (#344): push all your GitHub audit events to your preferred log collection endpoint
  • Pull Request file tree view (#457): navigate pull requests more quickly with the file tree
  • Server Statistics (#527): unlock the power of shared insights with Server Statistics

To learn more about GitHub Enterprise Server 3.6, read the release notes, and download it now.

You can now place a support request for an export of your npm data.

  • Navigate to npm support page.
  • Select "I have an account and billing issue".
  • Select "Data export" as the subtype
  • Provide the requested details and submit the form

Once a request is placed, our support team will review it and initiate an export. You will get an email with a link to download the archive which is valid for 7 days. You must login to your account to download the archive.

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GitHub secret scanning protects users by searching repositories for known types of secrets. By identifying and flagging these secrets, our scans help prevent data leaks and fraud.

We have partnered with UNIwise to scan for their access tokens and help secure our mutual users on public and private repositories. The WISEflow API Key allows for institutions to manage key aspects of their license, such as exams and their life cycle. GitHub forwards access tokens found in public repositories to UNIwise, who will immediately disable the API Key and contact the customer. More information about WISEflow API Keys can be found here

GitHub Advanced Security customers can also scan for UNIwise tokens and block them from entering their private and public repositories with push protection.

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