Using open source static analysis tools with code scanning
Authentication is a critical component to your daily development. When working in open source, you need to prove that you have rights to update a branch with git push. Additionally…
Last week, GitHub joined over 500 organizations signing a letter to the U.S. Congress seeking continued support for the Open Technology Fund (OTF) and its mission of funding open source…
The GitHub Workplace Experience team weighs in on how to get creative during COVID-19 and what the future holds.
GitHub Actions allows you to automate your workflow. With GitHub Actions, you can deploy to any cloud, build containers, automate messages, and do so much more. Use any tool you…
GitHub Enterprise Server 2.21
GitHub Enterprise Server 2.21 is now available with updates to simplify collaboration, increase reliability and improve security.
Keep all your packages up to date with Dependabot
Keeping your dependencies updated is one of the easiest ways to keep the software you build secure. However, while it’s critically important to keep your dependencies updated, in a recent…
Now you can define secrets for an organization, making it easier to keep secrets synced across multiple repositories.
Join our Capture the Flag challenge to use your CodeQL skills or learn new ones.
See what we announced at our first virtual GitHub Satellite including a full dev environment on GitHub powered by VS Code, a new way to have discussions with your communities, new ways to secure projects with code scanning and secret scanning, and more.
Make better contributions, triage your issues efficiently, save time with saved replies, and more with @bdougie’s protips.
By prioritizing secure development alongside speed, DevSecOps helps you ship safer applications by making security part of your current DevOps pipeline.
GitHub Actions continues its community momentum and ships new features for enterprises and developers.
GitHub Satellite is back, and this year it’s virtual. Tune in at githubsatellite.com on May 6 at 9 am PT / 12 pm ET to hear from CEO Nat Friedman and developers around the world.
Learn more about the security vulnerabilities affecting Git 2.26.1 and older.
A phishing campaign targeting our customers lures GitHub users into providing their credentials (including two-factor authentication codes). Learn more about the threat and what you can do to protect yourself.
Learn more about the security vulnerabilities affecting Git 2.26 and older.
Databricks and HubSpot join our token scanning program
Adafruit and Samsara join our token scanning program