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Git ransom campaign incident report—Atlassian Bitbucket, GitHub, GitLab

Git ransom campaign incident report—Atlassian Bitbucket, GitHub, GitLab

Today, Atlassian Bitbucket, GitHub, and GitLab are issuing a joint blog post in a coordinated effort to help educate and inform users of the three platforms on secure best practices relating to the recent Git ransomware incident. Though there is no evidence Atlassian Bitbucket, GitHub, or GitLab products were compromised in any way, we believe it’s important to help the software development community better understand and collectively take steps to protect against this threat.

John Swanson
GitHub’s CSP journey

GitHub’s CSP journey

We shipped subresource integrity a few months back to reduce the risk of a compromised CDN serving malicious JavaScript. That is a big win, but does not address related content…

Patrick Toomey

Pay for GitHub with PayPal

GitHub is now accepting PayPal, in addition to credit cards, to pay for personal plans and organization accounts. We've been working closely with Braintree to deliver PayPal payments using their…

Timothy Clem

An African hack trip

GitHub has a long tradition of supporting developer communities throughout the world. We throw drinkups, speak at and sponsor conferences, and host training events in most corners of the globe.…

Luke Hefson

OctoTales • Balanced

Today we're excited to share a new episode of OctoTales - our video series about incredible companies using GitHub to work better together. This episode features Balanced. Since 2011, Balanced…

Drew Woods

Double Billing Receipts

If you received two email receipts tonight it's because we accidentally billed you twice. That said, the second charge has already been voided. In the craziness of migrating hosts we…

PJ Hyett