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To ensure the security of our infrastructure, on Tuesday, February 28th, 2023 GitHub Pages sites that contain symbolic links will no longer build outside of GitHub Actions.

The majority of Pages sites will not be affected by this change since building with GitHub Actions is the default. If any of your Pages sites is affected, you will receive a build failure email with instructions how to fix the error on your next build.

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You can now unlink your email address from a two-factor enabled GitHub account in case you’re unable to sign into it or recover it. When the worst occurs, and a user is unable to find an SSH key, PAT, or a device that’s been previously signed into GitHub in order to recover their account, they may want to start fresh with a new account. Since accounts on GitHub are required to each have a unique email address, though, locked out users can have difficulty starting a new account using their preferred email address.

In the 2FA recovery flow, a new option is presented at the bottom of the page, which will allow a user to remove their email address from a GitHub account:


Selecting this option will send emails to each of the addresses on file for the account, each one containing a unique link. Following the link will remove the respective email address from the GitHub account, making it available again for a new account.

For more information, see Unlinking your email from a locked account.

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