How GitHub uses code scanning to increase developer happiness, and how you can too.
Tag: code scanning
Today, we’re happy to announce more than 15 new integrations with open source security tools that broaden our language coverage to include PHP, Swift, Kotlin, Ruby, and more.
GitHub Advanced Security: Introducing security overview beta and general availability of secret scanning for private repositories
GitHub Advanced Security helps you create secure applications with a community-driven, developer-first approach. Today, we are excited to announce two updates: Beta of the new security overview for organizations and teams, which provides a high-level
Last month, a member of the CodeQL security community contributed multiple CodeQL queries for C# codebases that can help organizations assess whether they are affected by the SolarWinds nation-state attack on various parts of critical
Today, we’re making GitHub Enterprise Server 3.0 available as a release candidate. Announced in the GitHub Universe Keynote, it’s the biggest ever change to Enterprise Server, bringing customers: Actions – developer-first workflow automation and CI/CD
In this blog post we demonstrate how to integrate the GitHub Advanced Security code scanning capability into our Azure DevOps Pipelines. We provide code snippets and examples that can guide you or your developers working to integrate Code Scanning into any 3rd Party CI tool.
Last week we launched code scanning out of beta and have since announced integrations with static analysis and developer security training solutions. By expanding our GitHub security ecosystem, developers can use their tools of choice
Last week, we launched code scanning for all open source and enterprise developers, and we promised we’d share more on our extensibility capabilities and the GitHub security ecosystem. Today, we’re happy to introduce 10 new