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Anonymous users have access to new code view and navigation

A total redesign of GitHub’s code search and navigation was released to all logged in GitHub users in May. Starting today, the new redesigned code navigation experience, including a file tree and symbols pane, will be available to anyone browsing anonymously on To access the new code search experience, and make full use of the symbol navigation, create an account or log in to

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 Workato to scan for their API tokens and help secure our mutual users on public repositories. Workato Developer API tokens allow users to effectively manage their Workato workspaces programmatically and reduce administrative overhead as they onboard teams from across their organisation. GitHub will forward access tokens found in public repositories to Workato, which will then notify the user about the leaked token. You can read more information about Workato's tokens here.

All users can scan for and block Workato's tokens from entering their public repositories for free with push protection. GitHub Advanced Security customers can also scan for and block Workato tokens in their private repositories.

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The 2023 updates to our ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certificate can be downloaded now. In addition, we have completed the processes for ISO/IEC 27701:2019 (PII Processor), ISO/IEC 27018:2019, and CSA STAR certifications. Those certificates can also be downloaded now.

  • For enterprises, administrators may download this report by navigating to the Compliance tab of the enterprise account:"your-enterprise"/settings/compliance.
  • For organizations, owners may find these reports under Security > Compliance settings tab of their organization:"your-org"/settings/compliance.

For detailed guidance on accessing these reports, read our compliance documentation for organizations and enterprises.

Check out the GitHub blog for more information.

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